Writings from the 2010-2011 I Write the Future Team

Oct 8, 2011

The writers of the poems and essays in Chapter 5 of the I Write the Future anthology pose several ways that they can write the future and make change: defining your identity rather than giving in to peer pressure, problem-solving with the help of parents and trusted advisors, responding to intolerance with creativity and purpose, and going public with your story of growth and change.

Cameron Nye, “Be Yourself”
Christine Loader, “Why Don’t Teenagers Just Be Themselves?”
Alejandro Ocampo, “Why Don’t Kids Talk to Their Parents About Their Problems?”
Osiris Frazier, “ Ode to Synchronized Ignorance”
Kristian Rodriguez, “The War Inside Me”