Scholar I has shown progress indicated specifically in the thoroughness and attention to detail in her writing. Writing has become a therapeutic way to express herself intellectually, but also a platform to seek social justice. As seen in her earlier HiveTalk research, the information was sparse and unorganized, but as she gained a stronger sense of writing for knowledge, her research skills and the specific pieces of information gathered were tailored for the act of spreading her knowledge. Her poetry toward the end of the year took on a stronger sense of awareness in regards to what is happening in today’s world. Scholar I specifically took great care with word choice and rhyme when crafting the ‘Missing Scholars’ poem, and drew factual evidence from the article she read to integrate within the poem’s confines. From the earlier ‘So Much Depends Upon’ poem to this particular poem, I saw great growth when it came to line breaks and purposeful repetition. Scholar I has always had a passion for social justice, but this year, she was able to harness that passion and share it with her community through poetry and prose. In the future, she has decided to become a civil rights attorney and revealed to me that she looks forward to all of the writing she will be doing to change the laws in America so that everyone is treated equally.