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Editorial for Portfolio – Lelebxby

Only Together We Can Prevent Forest Fires Imagine, waking up with lungs clogged of carbon and ash, enveloped in massive clouds of smoke, skies turning orange as far as the eye can see. Acres upon acres set a flame, seeming … Continue reading

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Op-Ed Draft – Lelebxby

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Protesters holding portraits of incarcerated journalist Hajar Raissouni outside Morocco’s capital courthouse. (September 9th, 2019) Policing One’s Morality The Moroccan government allowing the sentences of Rifaat al-Amin and Hajar Raissouni to years of incarceration for having premarital sex and receiving … Continue reading

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Practice Op-ed – Lelebxby

Our justice system and other authoritative figures say facial recognition is allegedly the best way to protect and serve the community. That with this software, one can precisely and accurately pin-point the true culprits in a police line-up. However, in … Continue reading

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Writing Plan – Lelebxby

Thesis: The Moroccan government allowing the sentence of the innocents Rifaat al-Amin and Hajar Raissouni to years of incarceration for having premarital sex and receiving an abortion enables the unprecedented act of policing one’s moral compass. Background and Evidence: On … Continue reading

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Robust Verbs – Lelebxby

Original: There is a huge problem in Vancouver with heroin addicts committing crimes to support their habits. The “free heroin for addicts” program is doing everything they can to stop the addicts. The problem is that there is a large … Continue reading

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Editorial Draft – Lelebxby

Policing One’s Morality In the United States, abortion has always been an issue held on by a single thread by those who believe it’s the woman’s choice while others think it’s the woman’s responsibility to conceive that new life. We … Continue reading

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LTE for Portfolio – Lelebxby

To the editor: In Young Jean Lee’s February 9th, 2019 article “I’m Asian-American. Affirmative Action Worked for Me,” Lee opens up about her struggles of dealing with the relentless prejudices thrown her way. Lee explains that, without affirmative action on … Continue reading

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