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Social injustices

“Because equal rights, fair play, justice, are all like the air: we all have it, or none of us has it. That is the truth of it.” 656 more words


Stood up for what's right, never left out

“Mendez v. Westminster” was about Latinos forbidden to enter a white school. They weren’t allowed to go to their schools because they were different, and the whites didn’t like the way Latinos looked. 1,178 more words


That one time at Porto's

Last November, my friends and I decided to go to Beverly Hills just to have fun. There were ten of us, all Mexican except for one non-hispanic white girl. 892 more words


The picture that brings people together

I wonder why people are separated by language, culture, and background. In some cities, there will be a higher percentage of one race than another. My neighborhood is mostly Latino. 1,433 more words


Finding the good in me

I was known as a troublemaker. I was irresponsible and didn’t care about anything or anybody but myself. I just wanted to be around my friends all the time and gave my teachers a hard time. 1,496 more words


Our Summer Reading List 7/15-8/07

Hello! How is your summer reading going? We have been enjoying our trips to libraries and bookstores this summer, finding new and interesting books to explore and also revisiting our own home library for our favorites to read again and again. 1,346 more words


LADF, 826LA give young reporters a boost

By Erin Edwards

For those of you that regularly read Dodger Insider, you know about Los Angeles Dodgers Foundation (LADF) and its Giving Moments. This past Giving Moment was very different from others I have experienced. 486 more words