Tread Lightly was created in order to get Generation Z to read the news more. With most articles on other news sources, like Apple News, being well over 5 pages long, the new generation just simply doesn't read that. So, this website and app has articles under 250 words with lively words to get the new generation to read the news. Click the logo to go to the website and download it from the Apple App Store for iOS.
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Our current healthcare system does not work right now. The US spends 18% of the GDP on healthcare yet, we rank 37th in the world for healthcare. The US is the only highly developed country without universal healthcare. Our private system of healthcare just isn't working; private companies can set their prices. We wanted to fix this. So we proposed this bill...
With Nazi symbols and racial slurs flooding the halls of my high school, I wanted to stop this. I hosted an assembly to over four hundred students right before Veterans Day in order to show them the importance of respecting other cultures. I was the MC and facilitator of the assembly. I presented a PowerPoint on the importance of our veterans and provided a bigger overall theme of why we need to be more socially aware of the effects of racism.
The Oasis is a 501c that collects and gives out free items to the homeless and low income. We have distributed over 10,000 items and over 700 people served.
Creating an interactive art gallery that is meant to show the unrealistic reality of Disney. This was initiated to show the problems that Disney does not show like body image, environmental impact of humans, and more.
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In Santa Clarita, all buildings have to be one of three different colors: 3 shades of beige. White Flight Suburbs are draining. It’s uninspiring, uninteresting, and unstimulating; it’s a lifeless city that encourages complacency. Everywhere you look, you see the same chain restaurants, bland buildings, and strip malls. It’s a city that promotes sameness, at a time when you need to stand out to succeed. So, we are creating visual projections to place on walls to show what an inspiring, dystopian city could look like.
Providing free therapeutic help in Santa Clarita Valley through the theme of Lucy’s Psychiatry (Charlie Brown) because of the lack of affordable mental health therapy.
Due to Ordinance 14, the homeless in Santa Clarita are not allowed to be seen on the streets. Because of this, they don't have access to fresh produce. To combat this, we are creating food and plant beds to create a sustainable food system for the homeless.