Going to a school where everyone seems similar taught Casey, 18, that it’s also about people with different experiences.
People think race is what makes people different from each other, but I have learned that it’s not race. It’s their experiences that make them different. At an expensive private school it is understandable that most people will come from wealthier families, but I wish more could be done to create a student body with families of different income levels, who live in different parts of the city.
Seventeen-year-old Leslie's family bought their chickens for the eggs, but they became part of her family.
There wasn’t much for Ashley, 17, to eat at lunch until the cafeteria changed.
Ivan, 15, says that when we use technology too much we forget how to interact with others.