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Personal essays written by students ages 9-15 who participated in an 826michigan workshop led by Observer designer LR Nunez and calendar editor Katie Whitney

Friday, January 27, 2017

Being Vegetarian

By Jude

My name is Jude, and unlike many others, I am a vegetarian. It’s not that hard living without meat, because it is easy saving the world one step at a time. My dad and sister are also vegetarian, and all of us wish to someday know many other vegetarians. If you know more vegetarians, you’ll know that you’re not the only one fighting for what’s right: to keep our world safe, and our animals happy.

Can’t resist eating meat? There are plenty of vegan substitutes for meats. We have beef, turkey, chicken, hot dogs, and even burgers! We have plenty to choose from without harm to animals! Save the world and be vegetarian. I see vegetarianism as recycling–as you go along, you help the world even more.

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