Interview michael clarke @michaelcarls

Interview michael clarke @michaelcarls

It feels like just yesterday you were talking about how a lot of young people are looking for a place to find their community, a place to learn, a place to get involved. So what’s really changed for you in these last nine months?

michael clarke @michaelcarls

First, my family, who raised me and my brothers, are coming home now and my dad has been there for 13 years. I’ve also had some friends who were born there come to come home in droves. For them and for their kids to come home and make their home is the best feeling ever. My old high school has become a small community centre, the people who went there before us come here, it’s a new start for everybody. They are all very proud and excited and it is a small place for young people to have an old-school experience. And I also feel that people are more aware about other forms of community, which is exciting for me as a young person to see what I’m actually seeing in a lot of other communities, like in our country, like in our city. What it does do is make you appreciate the fact that you are part of different communities, you can see the beauty in these places.

If there are good opportunities for youth to beco바카라사이트me involved in politics and that is my feeling, and I’m very keen to hear your thoughts on that, I’d certainly appreciate that.

michael clarke @michaelcarls

I feel that there’s a lot of w우리카지노ork to do in terms of youth activism, I think a lot of young people around the world are tired of being left out, they’re tired of the system. And the system is trying to tell youn우리카지노g people not to be young, they are young but they should be part of the youth, of the future but it’s too late; young people can’t participate if they’re not young enough. They have too many options in the market today; if you’re going to do something, you have to do something, whether that’s fighting for jobs, fighting for health and education, fighting for an end to the exploitation, for the injustice we suffer with our health care, education and our environment. People need to be educated. Not only young people, but for the majority of young people. And then if that fails, maybe in ten years there’ll be a new generation coming up. But I think one of the things to remember is that th