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Ammaarah Khan

As an 18 year old freshman in college, I feel as if I am so much more different than my peers. In high school, when everyone was complaining about school, I realized the importance of it, and when budget cuts came around, I stood my ground, and spoke against them. I believe in public education.

I have a voice, and I want people to hear it. Ever since I was young, I could not wait to turn 18 -- not because of the great privileges like driving, but primarily because of voting. For me, voting is a right in which I can have that voice in my community, my government. You see, in order to be the leaders of tomorrow, we need to see what the leaders of today have to offer.

My Speakers Sessions

Tuesday, October 25
 

11:30am