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  1. 1. 2014
  2. 2. youth designers take action competition 2014 Yamilet Acevedo
  3. 3. youth designers take action competition 2014 Bethany Barrant
  4. 4. youth designers take action competition 2014 Eliany Castro
  5. 5. youth designers take action competition 2014 Aedan Clark
  6. 6. youth designers take action competition 2014 Shamaine Darden
  7. 7. youth designers take action competition 2014 Jeffrey Dubuisson
  8. 8. youth designers take action competition 2014 Shirley Fang
  9. 9. youth designers take action competition 2014 Christina Fernandez U Support the Dream Act. 65,000 undocumented students are denied financial aid each year. Go to dreamact.info for more information. are being left behind.
  10. 10. youth designers take action competition 2014 Talia Goodman
  11. 11. youth designers take action competition 2014 Ivanna Lin
  12. 12. youth designers take action competition 2014 Lily Lu
  13. 13. youth designers take action competition 2014 Jeneba Mansaray CLEAN YOUR pLATE CLEAR YOUR SKIN CONS: EWW ACNE :( PROS: GLOWING SKIN :) Which would you choose ? High GI foods (like doughnuts, white bread, or pretzels) spike blood sugar levels because the body digests them very quickly. This can increase acne flare-ups because spiked insulin levels increase the body’s inflammatory reactions, which — surprise, surprise — can mean acne inflammations Vitamin A Foods like carrots and spinach are a good source of vitamin A, which prevents the overproduc-tion of cells in the skin’s outer layer. Not a fan of spinach or carrots? Try other vitamin A stars like pumpkin, sweet potatoes, dark leafy greens, and cantaloupe
  14. 14. youth designers take action competition 2014 Khyle Parke P WER IS A PRIVILEGE PLEASE USE IT, BUT DON’T ABUSE IT THIS
  15. 15. youth designers take action competition 2014 Nadalia Rowe 85% WHERE DO THINK IT GOES FROM THERE ? OF CIGARETTE SMOKE GOES INTO THE AIR YOU STOP SECONDHAND SMOKE AT THETRUTH.cCOM EIGHTY FIVE PERCENT
  16. 16. youth designers take action competition 2014 Daniel Smelansky take a closer look over 80% of the u.s. food supply contains genetically modified organisms
  17. 17. youth designers take action competition 2014 Isaiah Walker

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