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  • What initially drew me to this post was the interesting picture which reminded me of an old video game. The only critique was it was hard to tell what the structure of the essay is. However this essay is very well written.

  • What drew me to this post was its unique picture. Although I do feel that your use of “I statements” undermines the professionalism of the essay. However your essay is well organized and structured with headings making it easy to comprehend.

  • What first drew me to this post was its colorful picture as it reminded me of a political comic strip. I’m confused about what you meant by the “white minority” because aren’t they the majority population? However I liked how you emphasized that there was intentionally bad urban design that marginalized communities.

  • What first drew me to this post was its colorful picture as it reminded me of a political comic strip. I’m confused about what you meant by the “white minority” because aren’t they the majority population? However I liked how you emphasized that there was intentionally bad urban design that marginalized communities.

  • What initially drew me to this post was the colorful picture, although I can’t tell how it connects to the topic. I like how you analyzed the way traffic jams connect to segregation and intentionally displacing minority communities.

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