Black Women in Trump’s America

Black Women in Trump’s America

During Donald Trump’s campaign, he made a lot of insulting comments towards many people, groups of people, companies, organizations and nations. I felt a personal attack when Trump attacked women and the black community with his offensive remarks. Trump’s disrespect for women was something I took personally because I am a female. I worry about him as president.

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That’s Your BFF, But Don’t Share Make-Up

That’s Your BFF, But Don’t Share Make-Up

Sharing, especially sharing makeup with other people, can be harmful.  You should never share lip gloss because it spreads germs, infections and can make you sick.  If you share makeup supplies, throw them in the trash. If you do share make-up and still want to use it, be sure to clean and soak your makeup brushes in mild cleanser, alcohol and hot water just to kill the germs and bacteria.  If your friend doesn’t have the proper cleaning materials then, buy it for her as a gift.  

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Pack Your Bags and Let’s Go Camping!

Pack Your Bags and Let’s Go Camping!

On December 8th, 2016, the fifth grade class at Friendship Blow Pierce went on a camping trip to Alice Ferguson Foundation Hard Bargain Farm Environmental Center. While going there I was excited, but once we arrived, I immediately fell in love with the scenery of the camping grounds. The most adventurous parts of this camping experience was every thing that allowed me to interact with nature.

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How Black History Month Came To Be !!

How Black History Month Came To Be !!

February 1, 2017. Black History Month began as Negro History Week which was created in 1926 by Carter G.Woodson. Carter G. Woodson was an African-American writer and historian known as the “Father Of Black History Month.” He also wrote an influential book, The Mis-Education of The Negro. Carter G.Woodson was born on December 19, 1875, and died on April 3, 1950. 

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Friendship Marches for Social Justice

Friendship Marches for Social Justice

On August 4, 2016, Friendship students went to “Black Lives Matter” march that was organized by the Friendship Public Charter Schools. The trip was was very tiring, but very inspirational. The fact that we are standing up for ourselves shows that you shouldn't be afraid to stand up for yourself and what you believe in. 

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