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The American Latte This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.
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America is often depicted as a melting pot. As a harmonious mixture of ethnic traditions from around the world. According to this image, ethnic differences are blended into a homogeneous identity. Instead of blending, I congealed in the pot of... (more »)
Gender Bias in the Classroom
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School has always been a place where I’ve succeeded. I strive to get good grades, I pay attention in class, I respect my teachers, and I enjoy learning new things each day. I have big plans for my future, and I intend on living them out.... (more »)
In Defense of Juice Boxes and Afros
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Watch Out for That Capri Sun! As a means for upholding national security, the Transportation Security Administration prides itself in being absolutely dedicated to its mission: “[To] protect the nation’s transportation... (more »)
Love Thy Homophobic Neighbor as Thyself
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And Jesus said unto them, "Love thy straight white homophobic neighbor as thyself and verbally and physically abuse everyone else.” The crowds went from there and burned down the house of the nearest homosexual, then praised God for all that... (more »)
Are We Free?
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William Faulkner once said, "We must be free not because we claim freedom, but because we practice it.”       The freedom that America promises has fueled our success and reputation. America, at her... (more »)
The Extinction of Man
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“Earth provides enough to satisfy every man’s needs, but not every man’s greed.” (Mahatma Gandhi).  It’s possible to read this quote in one of two ways.  Either you substituted “human” in for... (more »)
Fighting Prejudice: The Hijab
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Rashida, a Palestinian-American teenager,  had spent almost twelve years in Detroit, Michigan surrounded by a large Arab-American community and attending a religious private school there. Even though she always wore the hijab, she was... (more »)
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Closing the Generation Gap This work is considered exceptional by our editorial staff.
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The generation gap may not be as recognized as it was in the 1960s, but it is arguably wider now than it has ever been. As a young person, I am always hearing the “back in my day” spiel. We are always being told how we can learn from our... (more »)
Dear Mr. Trump, Here's Immigration for You This work is considered exceptional by our editorial staff.
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Dear Mr. Trump,   There is nothing more inhumane and savage than destroying millions of lives, stripping hard-workers of their homes, and tearing families apart. Deportation is not only the “simple” process of sending... (more »)
Making People Feel Welcome
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When I arrived at my new school for the first day, I had mixed feelings; some were just while others were completely unnecessary. On the front steps my mother introduced me and my brother to the other twins at the school named Noah and Jacob.... (more »)
Suicide
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There is that one moment in everybody's life that changes everything. I mean everything. That moment is a probability. That moment is also a swing. It either makes a life colourful, vivid and joyous (or) it shatters a life and makes it gloomy,... (more »)
The Unfair Targets of Our Criminal Justice System
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“Many people who commit crimes do so in order to survive...and so we need to support housing, education, healthcare, childcare, the arts, in all communities. These are all things that have actually been shown to promote real, long-term... (more »)
Never Be Silent Again This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.
By , Ojai, CA
The word still echoes in my mind when life is silent.  I cannot walk alone in the dark without hearing him.  I cannot sit alone in my room without being transported to a different place. It wasn’t one of the places that... (more »)
Islamophobia: The Newest Trend in Hate This work is considered exceptional by our editorial staff.
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Misconceptions and stereotypes are dangerous to a society’s well being. Ignorance and a lack of knowledge has led to hatred and division when we should be striving for love and unity. As a Muslim American, I am lucky that I have not faced... (more »)
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A Negative View on Works of Art
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Imagine a man with tattoos all over his body. He walks around everyday with that ink on his body and can never take them off. What is your first impression of this man? A lot of people might question him and wonder why anyone would ever do that... (more »)
Xenophobia This work is considered exceptional by our editorial staff.
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When I was younger, I wanted to be American. I wanted to live in a house in a suburban neighborhood, and have a golden retriever named Sparky. Even though as a child, I worshipped Hannah Montana, watched every High School Musical DVD, and sang... (more »)
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