In the book "Kids Who Are Changing the World," pages 64-67, Anne Janèliowitch tells how Rajul Zaparde is providing access to clean water to poor villages in India. Many people around the world don't have access to clean water, and Rajul Zaparde wanted to address that. He worked hard to raise money for building wills, and he founded an association to raise awareness and money. This section is a good story for a newbie to read third because it gives a more personal story, and includes more of Rajul's thoughts and feelings. The subtopics are important as well because they help show how hard teen activists work to support an issue they find important. This story extends on how teens can make a difference in many different places.
In the article "Kids vs Global Warming: How teens are making a difference," Maureen Wallace tells how teens can work with adults to address issues. Kids all over the world are marching against climate change, Kids vs Global Warming wants to involve parents as well, and people saying it can't be done fuels the passion. This article is good for a newbie to read second because it gives more good vocabulary, including passion and difference. The subtopics are also important because it extends on the Emojis article by telling how they are including adults in this issue too. The article also extends on the Emojis article by showing another environment teens can make a difference in: outside, protesting.
In the article "Muslim Teen Hopes to Diversify Emojis with a Hijab Version," the author tells how even teens can make a difference with an issue in the online world. Emojis are becoming more diverse, emojis do not have to be for one specific group of people, and emojis are becoming very popular so it is important for there to be representation. This article is good for a newbie to the topic of teen activism to read first since it provides exposure to often used vocabulary, including the words diversity and represent. The central idea is also important because it shows how teens can make a difference in different environments.