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AYVAwards_Poetry_Kids, Don't Listen to Your Drunk Father
This poem is about the relationship between a daughter and her alcoholic father. It is a love poem of sorts for the conflicted feelings between flawed parents and children. It takes place in an intimate setting, surrounded by peers as the poem is read in collaboration with a singer and guitar. When I wrote this poem, I was inspired by my personal experience with my father and mother. However, I wrote this poem for all the children who may be able to relate to my story. The message is in the vulnerability in the piece and is open to interpretation. I want the feelings and emotions to translate. We used music along with poetry to intensify the mood and layers of the poem.
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In this video, Angelo brings the viewers in to the world of Marshall Maria. Marshal has been bullied since kindergarden. Angelo embarked on a mission to find out the role a parent play in supporting a child that is being bullied. As Angelo was listing to both sides of the story, he discovered that bullying shouldn't be taken lightly. Most of the time people don't really take a moment to realize that bullying is a real problem and that we all have to stand up and continue to raise awareness. The reason is that no matter what the circumstances, there is NEVER a reason to be a bully and bully someone.
Life's a Fight
"Life's a Fight" documents the issue of teenage bullying, and explores how the landscape has evolved to include not only the schoolyard, but the internet as well. In this film we hear stories from teachers, parents, and victims, and learn from a group of local teens who saw an opportunity to take a stand.
We chose the topic of teen to parent relationships to focus on because we wanted to show how important teens and parents’ relationships really are. We wanted to show that parents’ roles in teens’ lives are necessary in order for teens to graduate from high school and become successful individuals. According to the statistics that we researched, teens without parents are twice as likely to drop out of school, become drug addicts or engage in sexual activity at an early age. Children who die from abuse or neglect or poverty are usually parentless. We want our peers to know that it is important to have a good relationship with their parents. We used statistics and individual interviews of teens that have distinguished relationships with their parents. The interviewees weren’t afraid to show their true emotions, which helped get the message across. Although the students were sensitive towards the topic, they were still willing to be openly honest and show true emotion because they know the importance of the issue as we do. We want others to see that the relationship between a parent and a teen is important because it influences us on whether we will be come strong individuals in the future and be successful or not. We want others to make an effort on improving their relationship between either their parents, or their own kids. We learned that every student responded differently, yet they still felt it was a strong topic. We also learned some interesting stories about our peers.