On Thursday November 2nd I attended Baruch Voices. It was essentially all the fro class monologue winners presenting their monologues. I heard a few monologues but the one that stood out the most to me was someone who spoke about how he faces Islamaphobia just about every day. He said that since 9/11 he was never looked at the same way and he feared that he would never be looked at normally ever again. This message resinated with me because I realized how serious the topic is from someone who is actually effected by it. Also, I was able to take a life lesson that no matter where you come from or what you look like you deserve to be treated equally. Although I will no longer be a freshman next year, I still might consider going back to the Baruch Voices next year. It was really a great experience and I advise you all to attend next year.