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“I’m really sad to hear about it and I’m really sad not enough people are talking about it because it’s happening. And you hear about things like Paris and all these celebrities coming out to talk about it and then you hear about Aleppo through a passing tweet or an article that’s way deep in a news site or whatever and there’s like thousands of people dying and it’s so depressing. Nobody’s talking about it and it makes me feel very sad.
I really haven’t done anything and I feel bad about it but I think maybe I should retweet more tweets and post about it on Facebook so that people can know and understand that it’s going on. It’s been going on for a very long time and I really only had just heard about it a couple of days ago. I really don’t know, it just depends on how much people are aware of it and then–if maybe then people will remember it how they remember the Holocaust if we make it know what’s happening. If you haven’t already heard about Aleppo I think you should take ten minutes out of your day to read about what’s going on and make yourself more educated on what’s happening around the world and then you’ll realize how privileged you are.”