Daniel Santiago Brown V. Board of Ed. Case Mr. Dolese Period 9 The Brown V. Board of Education Supreme Court Case was a major turning point in the long fight for Civil Rights. In the 1950’s, 13 parents decided to sue their local school district for breaking the Fourteenth Amendment. These suits were later grouped together to be known as the Brown V. Board of Education Supreme Court Case, named after Oliver Brown, whose daughter had to walk six blocks to go to her bus stop just to go to her segregated school. They argued that the term “separate but equal” rule was unconstitutional and should be overruled.
Malala spoke out for girls education rights and when she was 15 she got shot in the head by the taliban (the group taking away education) because of it. Even after almost getting killed she still spoke out.“I told myself, Malala you have already faced death. This is your second life. Don’t be afraid - if you are afraid you can’t move forward.” This proves she is brave because even though people were trying to kill her she kept speaking out for girls education. This also shows you that Malala thinks her cause is worth fighting for even if she gets killed doing
She also blogged about the attack on her school and made a website that works for education. Then many people responded to her message and donated to her website. This infuriated the Taliban and caused the Taliban to make a death threat against her because Malala was standing up against them. “Born on July 12, 1997, Yousafzai became an advocate for girls' education when she herself was still a child, which resulted in the Taliban issuing a death threat against her”(Malala Yousafzai)”. Perhaps the Taliban was afraid of opposition and did not want any people trying to stop them, so they immediately tried to stomp out Malala’s courage.
From people fighting for girls' education all the way to helping find homes for abandoned dogs. Teen activists overcome obstacles and challenges. A teen activist is someone who wants people to believe the same thing as them and try to change the world. It takes courage and determination to not give up on what you are fighting for to be a teen activist. Also, it’s hard for these activists because groups are trying to stop them; they don’t have enough help; and they could get physically or mentally hurt.
A hero can be classified as many things, but to me a hero is someone who impacts the lives of others for the good. A hero is also someone who wants change and does something about it. The heroes in my life is the students who are taking a stand after the Parkland shooting. The students have to be very brave to even consider taking a bus to visit lawmakers and try get them to listen about the lives of students. The heroes in my life are everyone currently trying to fight for equal rights and that are trying to fight to just be accepted by their peers.
It seemed unlikely that she would survive. However, thanks to expert medical treatment, first in Pakistan and then in the UK, Malala made an almost miraculous recovery. After Malala was shot by the Taliban, rather than being defeated, she regrouped and committed herself to the fight for women’s education. In the fall of 2013, the Malala found was officially launched by Malala Yousafzai. The aim of the organization is to help young girls attend school and to raise awareness of how badly young girls have been treated in Pakistan and in other developing
Teen pregnancy affects both of the teen parents families. Because, of the lack of supervision and the easy access to condoms and birth control I say we teach kids the different aspects to help prevent teen pregnancy. What teen pregnancy does to the welfare of the child as far as getting government assistance and some options the teen parents have that can affect their lives. Teen pregnancy is pregnancy in human females under the age of 20. The people that teen pregnancy can effect is the people that are expecting the baby and their lives.
Such as Drop out of high school , AIDS/HIV and abortion, where each clause is a bad thing. Parents should take care to educate and mentor the youth. Most teens must know the restraint and conscious lifestyle. Only this problem of teenage pregnancy it become
Based on this same article that was shared by the Samoa News on Facebook, a lot of people were commenting about the fact that a lot of money were spent for the Flag Day event and cannot even get at least one new school bus for kids transportation to school and back home. Some people mentioned that the government spent $89k for the Fautasi race during the Flag Day while they are still waiting for almost four months for their local tax. More people were concerned about this issue because education is the most important part on the island. So, the money and everything should be used to make sure that all needs of every school are