Analysis Of ' View From The Hill '

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View from The Hill

Remember: Oppression thrives on isolation. Connection is the only thing that can save you.

Remember: Oppression thrives on superficiality. Honesty about your struggles is the key to your liberation.

Remember : Your story can help save someone’s life. Your silence contributes to someone else’s struggle. Speak so we all can be free. Love so we can all be liberated. The moment is now. We need you. - Yolo Akili The character Twilight symbolizes that time of day between day and night, that subtle light that is left over before the sky turns black, like right before the wave curves, it looks like it stays in one shape for a moment but in reality it is quickly curled and gone, making way for the next wave and it goes on like that continuously, in the same way our blood flows through our bodies day after day. Change is always occurring. Whether it’s on a microscopic level in the cells of our bodies or on a large and diverse scale such as social change in a society. For a metropolis like Los Angeles that is so diverse and so complex it would be a shame to not continue the struggle to become a better society that teaches compassion and understanding rather than hatred and extraordinary egos. So how is that kind of goal achieved and what is the likelihood of the outcome? According to Twilight “We have to reach across ethnic boundaries” talk to those people who are different, we have to change the way we think about others, how we refer to those who eat…
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