Teen Rights

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Friday, January 24, 2003

Alena's parents let her make a lot of her own decisions, but when Alena leaves her apartment she feels less free. She feels discriminated against because of her age. Alena is fourteen and frustrated by laws that say she can't vote, drink or drive.

Alena was mentored by Catherine Fenollosa.


Alena Kuczynski
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Comments [1]

Wavell from BK

I respect what you saying, what you do and what you think is signs of your maturity. Some people who are 30 years old act like little kids.

Dec. 09 2010 12:35 PM

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