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    As a current highschooler, I’ve been trying to cope with the fact that adulthood is right the corner, and as great as people make it seem, most never explain the struggles of the transition. Before we c

    Growing Up

    As a current highschooler, I’ve been trying to cope with the fact that adulthood is right the corner, and as great as people make it seem, most never explain the struggles of the transition. Before we continue, I had...

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    A few weeks ago, I had previously made a post on current racism in schools. However, then I remembered a book I read called  A Mighty Long Way, about a girl named Carlotta Walls and how she attended a previously

    How has the Racism in Schools Changed Over Time?

    A few weeks ago, I had previously made a post on current racism in schools. However, then I remembered a book I read called  A Mighty Long Way, about a girl named Carlotta Walls and how she attended a...

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    • Pablo,
      I think this is a good post. Racism should never be accepted and people shouldn’t be afraid of going to school because of their ethnic background. A sad part of our culture is that racism has been embedded in our culture for a very long time. It’s sad to see so much hatred still, and while yes it has gotten better, it is still present. It may not be as noticeable but it is still there. I think this issue needs to be talked about more, in the case of schools. People currently are feuding over Colin Kaepernick’s opposition to standing for the national anthem, while there are still problems that aren’t just in adult life. Kids lives can be heavily affected by the treatment they receive in school and we need to take more action on it. Overall I think your topic is good, and keep working at it.

    • Hey Pablo, thanks for sharing this.
      Although racism has not been abolished or in other word eliminated, it has changed and has yet to come to an end. Today everyone has the right to go to any school they desire and no race bias is attributed, but yet people of color are still be preyed on and often discriminated against. We’ve still got lot to do to end all this bias of race differences, after all we are all from the human race. http://time.com/3843203/racism-is-poisoning-our-society/

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    So… this time my conversation is a little on the darker side, but it needs to be said. Suicide… and it’s necessity.  

    I was reading a book on various poems, but there was one that really caught my attention, and

    Impulse

    So… this time my conversation is a little on the darker side, but it needs to be said. Suicide… and it's necessity.   I was reading a book on various poems, but there was one that really caught my attention,...

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    • Pablo,
      I agree with you that you shouldn’t end your life. However, this is something that has affected many people and it isn’t easy to get rid of such negative thoughts.

  • Thanks, this is a very important issues that schools decide not to deal with, cause it’s considered off-campus issues even though they do cyber bullying in school to with social media. So, in most cases, the victim is helpless, and feels like there is no one who cares about them. Which is why people need to make some sort of effort to try and help…Read More

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    Recently I had read a book that literally changed my entire perspective on life. The book A Long Way Gone had taught me about the horrors of child soldiers.For those that don’t know, child soldiers

    Is Field Working Really the Worst Form of Child Labor?

    Recently I had read a book that literally changed my entire perspective on life. The book A Long Way Gone had taught me about the horrors of child soldiers.For those that don't know, child soldiers self-explanatory, they are children...

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