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To Future Generations,

I want to ask future generations to not be so naive. I want to ask them to question everything they know, and tell them to act on anything they think is wrong. I want them to realize how important it is to get involved with projects, protests, and spreading awareness in general about endless topics. I want people to wake up from their lives and focus on what really matters.

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