Category Archives: Benjamin Goode

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Given the Recent Situation in Egypt, How Does Benjamin Goode Feel About Living in a Democracy?

I think that it’s important to live in a democracy because people have rights and are entitled to those rights and living under a dictatorship is denying the people of their natural rights. The right that I have that people who live under a dictatorship don’t have is that I have the freedom to speak out. Also I’m able to do kind of what I want when I want and not when someone else tells me to or force me to. Living under a democracy keeps the peace between the people because they have the right to do what they want as long as what they do don’t hurt anyone else.

To read about the first mission trip to South Africa in 2008, please go to: http://angelrockproject.com/arp/projects/journey_for_change.asp

Journey for Change: Empowering Youth Through Global Service uplifts the lives of inner-city youth through global travel, volunteerism and advocacy work.  More information on the program can be found at www.angelrockproject.com.

What Would Benjamin Goode Say to President Obama if he Could Speak with Him?

If I had a chance to speak with President Obama, I would ask him the following question: How do you fell about poverty? I would ask this because I am an advocate for the poor fighting against poverty. So I would like to hear his perspective.

To read about the first mission trip to South Africa in 2008, please go to: http://angelrockproject.com/arp/projects/journey_for_change.asp

Journey for Change: Empowering Youth Through Global Service uplifts the lives of inner-city youth through global travel, volunteerism and advocacy work.  More information on the program can be found at www.angelrockproject.com.

What to Do About Students Low Reading Scores in New York by Benjamin Goode

As a student I think school should go about teaching in different ways every day. I think that teachers should make the work fun because fun attracts kids. Now the schools are being too strict on us kids, it makes us feel like we are in jail. The teachers and the school staff should be more loose on us but not that loose. They should be able to teach in a fun way and when things get to out of hand be able to cool use down and keep use on track.

To read about the first mission trip to South Africa in 2008, please go to: http://angelrockproject.com/arp/projects/journey_for_change.asp

Journey for Change: Empowering Youth Through Global Service uplifts the lives of inner-city youth through global travel, volunteerism and advocacy work.  More information on the program can be found at www.angelrockproject.com.