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Reflection on me to we day. National Me to We Day was a unique celebration aimed at educating, inspiring and empowering youth to leadership through social action and volunteerism.

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The refection on Me to We Day Today, Mr. Grubb, Ms. Plaunt and 13 students from Jesse Ketchum (include myself) had the honor to represent our school to went to the Toronto's Ricoh Coliseum to celebrate the second annual National Me to We Day. National Me to We Day was a unique celebration aimed at educating, inspiring and empowering youth to leadership through social action and volunteerism. National Me to We Day has equipped thousands of youth nationwide with the tools to become socially engaged global citizens. We saw a lot of speakers, entertainers, and musicians in this event, such as a war affected children Michel Chikwanine, who was born in the Democratic Republic of Congo. ...read more.

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Because of this event, I learned more things about Africa-this community. First of all, I knew that kids in Africa are longing for go to school, not working in a factory with dangerous tools or become a soldier to kill their friends. Secondly, people in Africa are longing for peace, not massacre by those crazy soldiers. Thirdly, I knew that some people in Africa are very sick, because of the deprived of clean foods and water. Sometimes their diseases become more serious because they don't have basic health care. To solve these three problems, I think people can use the following ways: 1/ The National governments in Africa can create an armed patrol to close down those illegal factories that use children as the worker in the factories. ...read more.

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So people can have clean water to instead of dirty, unhealthy water. To solve the food problem in Africa, I think the government can build a cleaner kitchen for each village, so people can cook their food properly and won't have any disease because of the unclean food they eat. 3/ Although we already have medical teams in Africa, I think we can raise more money to organize more medical teams and establish hospital in Africa At the end, I am grateful to Mr. Grubb and Ms. Plaunt for bring me to this amazing event, which helped me learned many new things about the world. I hope this event will get better and better each year, and I hope the world will get better and better each year. ...read more.

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