Follow-up: What role does imagination play in your life?

Asked at Cesar Chavez Library in Salinas

JUAQUIN MENDOZA | Student | Los Angeles

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A: I’m studying to go into [video] game design. I get the same rush of adrenaline as someone playing soccer.

Player: Older people say the violence in video games is a bad thing. I think it’s a substitute for doing drugs and getting in trouble.

ANGIE GONZALES | Surgery Coordinator | Salinas

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A: My kids are my creative outlet. I try to create a future for them I didn’t have.

Paving the Way: When my kids want to try something new, I tell them we’ll look into it and I try to get them involved.

CARLOS CASTRO | Student | Salinas

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A: Poetry. I write about things happening in my life, and it actually started with a girl.

Poetic Justice: I just put it out there and see how people respond to it. Expressing your feelings, it makes us not feel alone.

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