Opinion

I would like to see people treat their communities with respect

The change I would like to see in the world is people treating our community, San Fernando Rd., with respect. Many people don’t care about how our community is affected by how we treat it. Some examples include tagging, littering, etc., but I would like to make a change. I would like to plan community…
<a href="https://highschool.latimes.com/author/natalieb09/" target="_self">Natalia Bermudez</a>

Natalia Bermudez

November 23, 2016

The change I would like to see in the world is people treating our community, San Fernando Rd., with respect.

Many people don’t care about how our community is affected by how we treat it. Some examples include tagging, littering, etc., but I would like to make a change.

I would like to plan community clean ups. We can also participate in school clean-up projects. Neighborhood clean-ups are another event that can be held in which I can bring along some of my friends to help. Not only am I helping out my community, but I am spending it with friends.

These are some of the things I would love to do to help my community out with the environmental issues they are facing. Working together can make a difference in our neighborhoods and our city.

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