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“My worst memory is...”

Corvon Dixson, a student at Gateway Institute of Technology in St. Louis, talks about his best and worst memories, and how he wants to be remembered. Amy Elliot, Corvon's teacher, provides a thoughtful and supportive response to his recording.

Corvon Dixson, a student at Gateway Institute of Technology in St. Louis, talks about his best and worst memories, and ...
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Recorded in St. Louis, MO.

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scu_gatewaystem150x175 “I was kind of getting scared…what if my potential is not as high as theirs?”
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scu_gatewaystem150x175 “I never wanted this to happen.”
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scu_gatewaystem150x175 “… after that I felt worthless, and like a coward.”
scu_gatewaystem150x175 “Some teenagers my age are not like me for one big and important reason…”
scu_gatewaystem150x175 “…it’s not all ice cream and cake.”
scu_gatewaystem150x175 “They just have to accept me for who I am.”
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