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In the movie Homeless to Harvard Liz a girl who grew up in the dumpsof New York and was homeless ends up in Harvard one of the mostprestigious schools of all the United States Liz will have to overcomelots of obstacles that will change her life to becoming what she istoday a very educated and successful person Through out Lizs lifeher attitudes toward school and parents her drug-addicted parents andhomeless life makes Liz a very successful personLizs attitudes toward her parents differ greatly from all of the othercharacters in the movie She has very good attitudes towards her parentsand she loves them She is the only person in the family that takes careof her sick mother Lisa Lizs sister on the other hand does not careabout her mother and wants her to die The only person Liz had in herlife was her mother and after she died Liz was homeless and had no onein her life to look forward to After the death of her mother this was the most devastating turningpoint of Lizs life The only person that Liz had and cared for wasgone After missing so many years of school just to take care of hermother Liz makes a huge turning point in her life where she wantedbetter for herself and the only thing she could look forward to waseducation Liz decides to go back to school at the age of 17 Liz hadthe ambition and determination to finish high school while she washomeless and living on the streets She finished four years of school injust two Lizs parents being both drug addicted and diagnosed with aids shemanages to live her life with them They were so addicted to drugs thatthey did not know anything about their children Both Liz and her sisterwere neglected Her parents were so strung on drugs that Liz and Lisadid not have anything to eat because their parents would use up all themoney on drugs After using drugs
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