The three teen activists who inspire me the most are Malala Yousafzai, Faye Carey, and Emily Rigel. The first teen that supports the idea that teen activists inspire people to do good things, is Faye Carey. Faye Carey fights for new homes of abandoned dogs. In an article from News Hub, Teenage Girl is Dogs’ Best Friend, it says she wants “to give animals a second chance.”
Have you ever thought about a problem that you think you should do something about and taken action? Well that is exactly what teen activists do. Teen activism is sacrificing many things you need to help your problem that you want to solve, taking leadership, and working hard. To be a teen activist you have to be brave, think on your feet, be intelligent, and be prepared. Teen activists make a lot of sacrifices for their cause.
Where she struggled with academics she made up in her athletics. Diana played many sports in her tall and agile state, some of which included tennis, netball, and field hockey (Mattern 13). As a Kindergarten teacher she continuously worked with children, “‘Sje was very good at getting down to the children’s level both physically and mentally’” (Mattern 20). The children are said to respond extremely well to Diana (Mattern 21).
What do you think when you hear kids speak out against problems in our world? Do you think, why should I listen to kids, what do they know? Teen activism is where young teens in their community stand up for what they believe in, and aren’t afraid to take risks, empower people, and make a meaningful change in the world. Teen activists are determined, they stand up for what they believe in, they care about the world and the environment, and their not apprehensive to speak out to others. Teen activists find their passion they want support, than reach out to friends, family, and even maybe strangers.
Giving second chances, that's what Cynthia Rylant the author of the short story “Stray” wanted to teach us. Just because something or maybe someone isn’t cared for or loved doesn’t mean they don’t deserve to be. In the story, Doris clearly gave a puppy a chance by taking the stray, abandoned on the street puppy into her home and nurturing it. In the end her dad did too by having a heart and not leaving the puppy at the pound.
In this book Lara-Jean shows Respect, Determination and Integrity. She shows these qualities from her boyfriend to her younger sister Kitty. The first PRIDE trait is Respect. In this book Respect means to admire someone.
She was able to help the little girl and her family get through the tough time and be a big role model to her. Fernihough said that Diabetes has allowed her to see everything in a new way. She has a new perspective on life that most people don’t have. Diabetes has changed Fernihough for the better and has allowed her to tell her impactful story. Fernihough wouldn’t be the person she is today is she hadn’t gone through Diabetes which relates to one of her favorite quotes “Star’s wouldn’t be able to shine if there was no
They used pet owner and dog as the persona in the commercial. Also, in that commercial, it shown that a kid fed his dog with IAMS since it was a puppy until older. And later pet owner grew up and his dog was still with him. Advertiser’s purpose was obvious, they want to show and make their audience believe that their dog food keeps the pets’ life longer. By doing this, the advertiser has successfully evoked the feeling of pet owners- their love to their pet.
1. Esperanza will donate to the poor considering the fact that she previously stated one of the previous vignettes titled “Bums in the Attic” “One day I’ll own my own house, but I won’t forget who I am or where I came from. Passing bums will ask, Can I come in? I’ll offer them the attic, ask them to stay, because I know how it is to be without a house.”, which highlights her generosity and her willingness to help others. Her role as writer gives her a huge amount of responsibility to change her community since she inspires hope in the heart of her community with her vignettes the few times she has read them and her family has continued to encourage her.
Cheerleading has taught me so many life lessons and has given me the opportunity to meet new people from all over the country and learn from their accomplishments. I learned that even after failure one must learn from his or her mistakes and to make those improvements where necessary. It was not about proving those who doubted me wrong, but to give those who had the same desire an example. It also helped me serve as that kind of ambassador for the school. This has helped me look at the world and ask myself what is missing from it that I am able to provide.
Also did a malala fund to help girls go to school. Malala was a teen activist before that happened. When she was ten, she blogs about herself under taliban rules. This conclude that Malala is a brave, inspiring, and helpful teen
La-Nee Davis remembers as a young girl always having a dog in the house. Her daddy was a dog lover and would oftentimes bring in strays that he found on the street. They had German Shepherds, Pitt Bull mixes and many other breeds. As an adult, her love for dogs has not waned. This is evident when she views the commercials on TV of how animals are abused and neglected, it hurts her heart.
“Treating animals with a lot of respect, this is the key”. Dolorosa Margulis has devoted her life to caring for badly treated animals. Before she came to America 34 years ago, Margulis lived in the Netherlands. Growing up she spent most of her time with her animals, she often says that her dogs were her favorite. She carried on that love for the well being of animals all the way to Oregon.
They give loads of information on their site and in events, they have made contests to create videos around schools to promote several ways to help animals like sterilizing your pets to assure the pet population won’t go up, microchipping your pet so you can find them if lost, not supporting puppy mills and animal cruelty, and much more friendly advice. They also have classes you can apply for to learn more about how to help animals. A group of my peers and some younger kids got the pleasure of asking questions to two animal officers, one of which with extensive experience and one new, and a veterinary technician. The Hawaiian Humane Society offers bountiful opportunities to learn about animals and how to help
I am passionate in everything I do and knowing that I am making a difference is the catalyst that drives me to work hard and be the best leader I can be. During the past few years, I have had the unique opportunity to advocate and be a voice for ailing, hungry and bullied children in the community and abroad. During the past few years, I have participated in the Girl Scout Miss Media program. As a Girl Scout Miss Media spokesperson, I have had the opportunity to participate in press conferences, interviews, radio/TV ads and contribute my thoughts on various advisory panels for bullying. In addition, I have been the voice for girls in major Girl Scout events and aided in securing a $25,000 Sprint grant for underserved girls within the community.