Conclusion In conclusion Michelle Obama was a wonderful, brilliant, and smart First Lady that always put everyone in front of her and I believe she was, is, and will be amazing. Michelle Obama is what I wrote this essay about and I wouldn’t’ve picked another she is one of the best people to make an impression on the world. She was and still is very influential and as she once said, “I hope that people around the world will be as inspired as I am to step up and to speak out on behalf of girls around the world who struggle to go to school.” After she said that I knew who she really
Oprah turned her rough, traumatic childhood into a life that most only dream about, and she has always given back as well. Her struggles through childhood improved her ability to empathize and connect with people who do not have as much as she does. To help give back, she has created projects such as the Mississippi Animal Rescue League and the Oprah Winfrey Leadership Academy for Girls in South Africa (“Look to the Stars”). The creation of these projects, along with her rampant success are what makes Oprah the perfect embodiment of the American Dream. All in all, Oprah’s impressive success story is something that has become commonly known as the American Dream, because that’s what it is.
Representing the wild and wonderful state of West Virginia, Nya Scott, is the current reigning Miss WV High School. Nya’s platform, Get Into Volunteering Eagerly or GIVE, allows her to relentlessly serve her community in many ways. Whether it’s feeding the hungry, marching with area representatives to encourage peace and justice on Martin Luther King day, volunteering as a buddy at "A Night to Shine", a prom for individuals with special needs, or raising awareness for BRAVE (Building Respect And Values for Everyone), the national platform of Miss High School America, Nya is ready and willing to help with a bright smile. While she is currently a sophomore at Waynesboro High School, she has earned enough credits, maintains excellent grades,
Clearly, Malala has a strong passion and ability to inspire others, which has been essential for her becoming the role model she is now. Malala is passionate about any subject or law she feels is right. Her passion towards fighting for what’s right has gotten her past many challenging obstacles. In “Malala the Powerful” it states what happened in January 2009 when the Taliban had ordered all girl schools to close. But in 2007, the Taliban had already been taking control over SWAT valley which was Malala’s home.
To Kill a Mockingbird is a heroic tale of leadership and empathy to others. Empathy is the ability to understand and share the feelings of another. This is a story about a little girl named Scout and her childhood adventures that taught her valuable life lessons. When those lessons are put to the test her family must come together as strong as ever make it through. In Harper Lee’s To Kill a Mockingbird empathy plays a big role in the character’s lives.
While I have various interests and talents that have me involved in numerous activities and clubs, the role which best defines me is my involvement with cheerleading. I cheer in High School and on a competitive team at Cheer Athletics which required a significant amount of my childhood to train to reach the highest competitive level. While High School cheer is mostly social, competitive cheer is my passion as it requires significant tumbling, jumping, stunting, and dance related skills that are fine-tuned over many years of training. This hard core training has taught me many important life skills that I believe will allow me to be successful in all aspects of my life. I started competing at Cheer Athletics when I was six years old as I
This shows that by taking her sister’s place, Katniss has changed the way her community sees her. They give her respect, admiration, and love for the choice she has made.Although they both resemble an heroic character, their success is different. Instead of having to defeat a fierce beast, Katniss volunteered to risk her life for her sister and for her district, she demonstrated strength and courage in battling in the games in which result in only hero standing,“No one will forget me. Not my look, not my name Katniss. The girl on fire”,(Suzanne Collins, pg 15).This quote shows how much Katniss is popular and loved as a tribute.
At around 12:30 I can distinctly remember thinking, oh god, here comes my favorite song, fearing for my life but overwhelmed with excitement. I really thought I would make it but about an hour into the show, but I too “tapped out” and moved to the back. I could only describe the concert as a fight for survival, in a good way. It was exciting to finally go to a concert where no one was acting “too cool” to go crazy. Travis guided along the fans throughout the night, there was never a dull moment.
I’m honored and excited to be on an oversight trip with the nonprofit organization Global Roots. The executive director of this organization Rick Montgomery, is a Lincoln High School alumni and a family friend. Rick thought it would be a good experience for me as an aspiring photographer and as a young woman. We are checking up on all the places Global Roots has been sponsoring. Unfortunately, “92% of all Maasai girls are subjected every year to forced removal from school, female genital mutilation and forced marriage.
This is the basic working building steps for the future where you are going to face the world directly and alone with yourself. To Kill A Mockingbird, a classic narrated by little Scout with limited understanding of the world, brings readers courage, compassion, and wider point of view by going through her childhood. Extremely detailed thinking of protagonists is the strongest evidence to prove their progressive growth in the novel, which brings up tons of reflection from readers about their experience when they were young and quietly go deeper and deeper in readers’ hearts. When Scout grows up and becomes Harper Lee, she sees more than one side of the world and people around her, she sees the evilness and fight against it. She sees no news about her book being banned, but only her unshakeable faith in
I am going to be running the Regent 's Park 10k run for a charity named Stonewall. I chose this charity as it is something I 'm extremely passionate about. This charity supports LGBT youth who are struggling with bullying. I am passionate about this subject as I struggled in and throughout primary and secondary school coming to terms with who I am and the names people called me. This bullying was a main part of why I suffered severe depression; With the right help though, I was back in a better and happier state of mind.
In her country girls are allowed to go to school because of her. 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