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Reflective – givemeclouttokens

Core Value 1. My work demonstrates that I used a variety of social and interactive practices that involve recursive stages of exploration, discovery, conceptualization, and development. My work shows my shift from a basic understanding of the task at hand … Continue reading

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LTE Portfolio – givemeclouttokens

Growing up as a minority in one of the worst cities in America, with rampant crime, police brutality, and disgusting acts of violence, seeing how stop and frisk has affected some of my friends and how it has accused innocent … Continue reading

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Op-Ed for Portfolio – givememyclouttokens

Invasion of Privacy As american citizens, we are living in an age where we are advancing with facial recognition technology that scans our faces and follows us throughout our daily lives. Being American citizens, this technology is a violation of … Continue reading

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Op-Ed Draft – givemecouttokens

Facial recognition inappropriately invades our privacy and thieves all of our information for militaristic and evil uses. The development of facial recognition is stripping the fourth amendment of innocent American citizens who deserve to keep their privacy. Facial recognition is … Continue reading

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LTE Draft – givememyclouttokens

As a minority who has grown up around crime, violence, and police brutality, I have seen how corrupt and ill informed the police force has a tendency to be. Robert Gangi is definitely wrong when he says it is too … Continue reading

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Editorial for Portfolio – givemeclouttokens

America Needs to Stop its Opioid Addiction On november 2nd, the American government passed a bill that could potentially bring down the famously high price of widely used drugs across America. According to the article, “The American Way of Paying … Continue reading

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Editorial Draft—givemeclouttokens

America Needs to Stop its Opioid Addiction On november 2nd, the Amercan government has passed a bill that could potentially bring down the famously high price of widely used drugs across America. According to the article, “the American way of … Continue reading

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