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December 18, 2009

different voices

On the Microdemocracy Blog from The Right Question Project, you can read comments by Dominique, a young woman in Philadelphia who is working on her GED and becoming involved in politics and community organizing.

Meanwhile, Brett Campo is a member of the Mississippi Superintendent’s Youth Advisory Committee and a successful college freshman. He had dropped out of high school, but he now travels the state urging his peers to stay in school. He also has a blog.

I appreciate this combination of getting on a strong academic track through civic engagement and describing your work online.

December 18, 2009 1:53 PM | category: none



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