Opinion

Make a difference for the future

Our president-elect has demonstrated many objectives during his campaign run and now that he has been chosen, many people are upset of what he has said. Things he said such as building the wall on the border between Mexico and the United States is upsetting; he has also made negative remarks about certain people and their…
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Concepcion Garcia

November 25, 2016

Our president-elect has demonstrated many objectives during his campaign run and now that he has been chosen, many people are upset of what he has said. Things he said such as building the wall on the border between Mexico and the United States is upsetting; he has also made negative remarks about certain people and their race, religion.

Some names that have been said by our president-elect are “fat/pig/slob/disgusting/animal” to citizens all over the country, which shows horrible influence and leadership skills. This is one of the reasons for protests all over the country.

For my family and my future, I will register and vote to make a difference. I do not want a future where our children has a president who disgraces woman or identifying them as objects. Woman will always have a say in everything. For this reason I will encourage my female friends to register and vote.

Opinion: Inclusive sex ed saves lives

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