The article, "Teens in France have been leading major protests", Caolan Iomlan explains how the protests are going down in France and how the teens are trying to make a difference. He says "no matter what happens they are likely to fight". the students are supposedly blocking streets while carrying banners and chanting "Not Marine not Macon, not homeland nor bosses. I chose this article because it shows how teens can make a really big impact on their country or the world. It extends information on how and what people are doing all over the world to make a difference.
In the article "How teenage activist Malala Yousafzai is turning her fame into a movement" Jessica Leber explains how the Malala Fund has done so much to help girls go to school. Her fund has sponsored and is helping fund projects in six different countries to help build schools and help bring more girls into school. Because poverty prevents lots of girls to go to school, the Malala fund has given money to schools so they can help girls in poverty go and still attend schools. This article was chosen because it extends and gives more information about Malala and not just her story, but what she is working on right now.
In the article "How to become an Activist" WikiHow explains how to become an activist and what you need to do. They tell you where to start like identifying your passions, what makes you want to stand up for or change. You can also start or join an organization where you can do as little as donating money or reaching out to a local representative. I chose this article because it shows you the basics. The information it gives you extends the stories we learned from other sources. It tells you all you need to do in different circumstances it become a successful activist.