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Sneak Peek Inside of Joliet the Snoop: Just Say No


         Mya and Juliet, both out of breath, came and 
sat down at the cafeteria table. 

“Where's your lunch?” I asked Juliet, biting into my sandwich.

“We just saw a drug deal go down,” Juliet replied.

“What?” Vanessa asked. “Are you serious?”

“Serious as a heart attack,” Juliet answered.

Mya nodded. “I noticed this white guy, who looked way too old to be a student here, hanging around. He was trying to act as he belonged here, but he did not. That is why I noticed him. So, we see a student walk up to him, and they talk for a moment, and then the kid pulls out some money, and the white guy pulls something out of his pocket, and they exchange it.”

“How do you know it was drugs?” Pebbles asked. “It could have been something else.”

“Pebbles,” Mya answered. “We just had an assembly about drugs on campus, and then I see some person who shouldn't even be here selling something to one of the students. I'm going to take a wild guess and say it was drugs.” 

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Community Involvement and Teenagers

In the news, we're seeing teenagers getting involved in their communities and are trying to make things right that they see as wrong. 

Joliet Wright and her friends also get involved in issues that affect them and their community. 

In Just Say No, the drug epidemic has crept onto their school campus. By working together, they catch the drug dealer and create a Public Service Announcement.

And in Divided, they investigate claims of racial discrimination, and though it almost rips them apart, they band together to bring the issue to light. 

So, it's good to see life imitating art, and young people getting involved in the community no matter their political affiliation.