My piece is about the GWN + NBCU Train Your Brain: Think Like an Elite Athlete workshop. This piece is a personal work on how I applied the elite athlete mentality to my career.
Jubaida is a high school junior from Queens New York. She likes writing essays and enjoys writing about her experiences. Writing helps her let everything out and allows her to reflect. Once she starts writing, she doesn’t stop and she loves that.
All my work is inspired by what’s within me. That is what it should be like, to begin with. The work I created under Girls Writes Now allowed me to explore myself as a writer. I got to understand my identity and apply it to my publications. I will continue to create meaningful stories from what is inside me.
Identify and elaborate on one or more lessons that we have learned from historical genocides or mass persecutions. Can these lessons be applied to the Rohingya Refugee Crisis?