My Towers Crumbled Too

October 9, 2009
By Sophie Meyers BRONZE, Oak Bluffs, Massachusetts
Sophie Meyers BRONZE, Oak Bluffs, Massachusetts
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I had a strong reaction to “My Towers Crublmed Too” by Amber G., because I don’t think anybody should be shunned because of their race. The little girl felt ontop of the world when her class elected her as her class president, they listened to her, talked to her, and just wanted to be around her. Two days after the planes hit the towers, they thought of her as a completely different person. They called her names, and made her feel bad about herself. No one likes to feel left out. They were pretty much stereotyping her by her race. They thought it was her fault the planes flew into the towers. They shouldn't judge her and ignore her for something that had absolutely nothing to do with her.

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