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Our Talented Authors and Artists
We are aspiring journalists currently enrolled in the international baccalaureate program at PESH. We strive to inform our readers about the underrated and rarely talked about problems within the area of Dallas, Texas. We run this website and we strongly encourage any young readers and writers to contact us with any questions and concerns. We’re here for you.
I am currently in 9th grade at jasper high school. I like to read, watch youtube and play with my cats. i am an author on this site because I want to provide readers information about the minorities and their struggles.
I am an aspiring journalist currently attending Curtis Middle School. Being a writer, I believe that everyone can make a difference even if it involves writing about something that is hardly even noticed or cared about. There are so many problems in the world, and especially in our very own city, Dallas. As one of the writers, I try hard to get a point across to the readers and leave some sort of impact on each one. I encourage all of you to show your talent for writing and make a difference by addressing these unnoticed problems in Dallas, TX.
I am an upcoming 9th grader attending an international baccalaureate school in North Texas. I love to be creative and express myself through art, dance, and writing. I also love to teach and share my ideas and learnings with others. I decided to do this as it give me a chance to express myself, learn from others, and raise awareness about heartbreaking problems all around us.
I am an upcoming 9th grader attending a junior high in Dallas. Some of my favorite hobbies include painting, drawing, and beading. I decided to take part in this because I wanted raise awareness about local problems and what better way to do that then through things I am passionate about.
I am currently a ninth grader at PESH part of the IB program in Plano. I like writing and reading in my free time along with watching Netflix and Youtube, playing and watching soccer, playing video games, and sleeping. I love dogs but sadly don’t have one, my goal for my articles is to bring light and importance to neglected and overlooked issues that are important to the community.
I am a 7th grader at Rice Middle School and I love to draw, read, and play sports and video games! I joined this project because I wanted to show that the youth of the community can make a difference! I want to raise awareness for overlooked problems through my creative expressions.
I am a rising Senior at Reedy High School interested in pursuing a career in architectural design and environmentally sustainable architecture. The idea of creating a natural space out of architecture and art is very important for connecting communities and building with natural beauty. I aspire to use both my artistic and architectural skills to achieve my goal of creating renewable spaces to increase the quality of life for communities and nature.
I am a 9th grader at Rice middle School. I love to read textbooks for fun and I am sort of an independent worker. I love using big vocabulary, especially in my writing, as a lover of words and non-fiction I am honored to become an aspiring journalist.
I am passionate about writing and creating artwork and I enjoy bringing awareness to topics that most people don’t know, or don’t talk about.
Hi. I am Charvi Yadav, just another random teen from India, hoping to bring about some positive change in our society. I believe that our words can build a thousand flowers or burn down entire forests, so I choose them to voice out my opinion.
Hi, I am going to 9th grade next year, and I started doing art because it was relaxing and helped clear my head. I submitted my art because I wanted to raise awareness and contribute to the blm movement.
My name is Khushi Naresh. Just another teenage girl from India who aspires to be a writer someday. I have always wanted to to spread to social awareness through my work and this website is perfect for it as it allows us to be aware about all the problems in the society and most of the writers here are teenagers which is the most beautiful part of it. I also aspire to become a doctor someday because I really love to help people . I love to voice my opinions in the way of a poem or an article. Hope you all will like my work.
Hello, I am Lujayna Mussa. A seventeen year old who lives in Tanzania. I really don’t have much to say about myself but one thing you should know is that I’m a really silent girl who scribbles down her thoughts and feelings onto a tiny locked diary hidden under piles of messy scarves in a locked dark Room then forgets about it…
Hey, I am Rishika Garg instagram- @writtingaddict from MP India, currently I am completing my graduation. This lock down is helping me to improve my skills. The reasons I feel I write poetry is because it’s like storing our memory in the form of words because we won’t remember the days, but we do remember the moments and sometimes they are even the answers for my questions. This poetry helps me to know certain things about me and my life. I write to stop myself from becoming insane: Yes, poetry keeps me sane. It allows me to just write down what I am feeling, what drives me insane , in a symbolic form.
Emerson Jade Dunham
My name is Emerson Jade Dunham. I am a rising sophomore at Sumter High School in Sumter, South Carolina. I am 15 years old and sent this work as a voice for those who wish to see the Black Lives Matter movement through the eyes of a young African American. I wish for others to take a stand and do all they can for human rights to be given. Even if they can’t protest they at least know the issues out there.
Ayushi Abhilipsa Rout
I am a teenager who writes to bring a change in the society. I chose to work with this website because they help me fulfil my goal. My goal is to bring up neglected issues which in our day to day life to the frontline.
My name is Jillian Devries, and I’m a 17 year-old Canadian who writes stories for both hobbies and fun. Sometimes, usually accidentally, my stories end up having a slightly political nature, or they end up being a commentary on the world and how it works today. Neglected Stories: the World Around Us seemed like a good way to get these stories out so they don’t end up rotting on my computer. Besides, stories are a fun way to point out things that are wrong in the world without really being offensive to anyone.
Full Name: Saara Tasneem
Pen Name: prncs_chashmish
Why I want my work featured and what are my goals?
I pen down the psychological problems to be precise, faced by the people of today’s generation. I concentrate on the issues dealt with women to be accurate. It’s not feminism It’s humanism. I hope this platform would voice out these issues and create awareness about them.
Hey, I’m Saanvi. Just another normal teenager. Every day as youngsters we hear from our peers about all these problems. I’m Saanvi Sharma from India. Body shaming is a worldwide issue right now. I’d like to submit my thoughts to aspiring journalists as they are doing a great job provoking teenagers against such problems.
Hi! I am Miheeka Bagla. I am a 14 year old girl, from India. I really enjoy writing poetry and painting. I think Aspiring Journalists provides a great platform for thought-provoking content and I’m very glad to be a part of it.
During this time when we are surrounded with so much negative news everywhere, I think it is more important than ever to see some positivity. Through my poem, I would like to be able to help people find a ray of optimism amidst the pandemic and see the little happiness that surrounds our everyday life.
“The happiest people don’t have the best of everything, they make the best of everything”