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Dear the next generations,

I am sorry for what the generations before have done in our government and for our Earth. I am sorry that shootings are common place and we didn’t do anything to stop it from happening. Do not continue polluting our Earth convert to clean power sources and stop using our oceans as a trash can. Reverse the effects of climate change and don’t believe the people who say that climate change doesn’t exist because it does. Please go out there and vote for your state reps and presidents and research these candidates before you vote for them. Don’t make the same mistakes we the past generations have made. Don’t let terrorism continue, don’t let people shot up places of worship or schools or anything. Don’t forget that education is extremely important and fund schools with more money so teachers can teach your kids better and the kids after them.

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