Trellis Crew Report - What up with NYCHA?

Some people been giving up on our community and that’s not acceptable, we need to keep fighting until we heard by everyone, until we have more people on or side. I will trying to be one of those people to stand by these people sides and tell them not to give up and keep fighting.

I’ve encountered many senior citizens from my neighborhood Wyckoff Gardens, and they were surprisingly happy to see me

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Addressing School Segregation: A Youth Perspective

One of the girls on the panel story resonated with me because many of her experiences were similar to mine. She stated that after the Trump election she began to receive backlash from her own classmates because she was one of the only minorities in her PWI. She also expressed how her teachers didn’t do anything to stop the comments nor did they comfort her. This destroys one's experience at schools because many minority students face microaggressions because of the color of their skin. Conversations like this can help integrate schools like PS 321 and create a safe space for all kids. When addressing stereotypes and diversifying schools will help gain different perspectives and genuine experiences especially in a diverse city like New York.

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