Friday, March 27, 2015

Former Governor James B. Hunt Jr. of North Carolina

Governor James B. Hunt Jr.
Womble, Carlyle, Sandridge & Rice, LLP
150 Fayetteville Street
Suite 2100
Raleigh, NC 27601
Dear Governor Hunt Jr.,

My name is Matthew Winick from Ann Arbor, Michigan and I have a strong interest in studying history. History is one of my favorite subjects because I like to understand the need to advance on improving Civil Rights to protect people who are different from discrimination, a strong need for educational reform to help students get an education they need, a healthcare reform to help people with pre-existing conditions or who can’t afford insurance get the care they need, the need to protect the environment with having environmental protection with promoting renewable energy or alternative energy to reduce pollution, and many others.  I have always enjoyed taking history classes because I like studying how famous people or minorities, gender, people with disabilities, and people with different orientation makes a great difference to make society better by advocating and working on overcoming their struggles and their stories with their work really inspires me to work on overcoming my struggles with Autism with a learning disability.  Also when I study history I am motivated to work on creating new ideas, understand how diversity influences history, and exploring different ideas to improve society.  In my history class I enjoyed studying about your work as Governor of North Carolina after my teacher gave a lecture about education reform.  Governor Hunt Jr., I find your work very inspiring to me with making a great difference to make society better.

When you were Governor of North Carolina, I was very proud of you for supporting Equal Rights Amendment to help protect people from being discriminated based on gender even though the state legislators didn’t pass the amendment.   However, I am proud of your commitment to being an advocate to advance on Civil Rights to make it stronger to protect people who are different from discrimination.  On education I was very inspired by your work on education reform to make education a better place for people to learn by creating programs to help kindergartens get an education, improve special education to help people with disabilities, and have courses with initiative programs to help improve student’s performances on different subjects.  I liked your work on creating Smart Start program where you help non-profit organizations worked together with your state to help children including early childhood and who are low-income with family support, health care, and assistance to help them get an education.  Your work on education reform and advocating to advanced on Civil Rights is common sense and makes a great example of what society needs.

Governor Hunt Jr., I had the pleasure with enjoyment of studying your work for my history class.  I was very amazed by your commitment to find ways to improve education through reform like making special education stronger to assist people with disabilities, have programs o help kindergartens get education they need, and have courses with other resources to help students perform better on different subjects.  Also I thought you did a great job partnering non-profit organizations to assist children including early childhood with assistance they need.  Another thing I appreciate your commitment by advocating to make Civil Rights stronger to help protect people who are different like me from being discriminated.  From my opinion with a strong interest in history I strongly believe that you really made a great difference for society with your idea for education reform and advocating for Civil Rights.  Governor Hunt Jr., I am proud to call you a great role model for me because your work on achievements really helps me get motivated to work on my disability with finding different alternative ways to learn new subjects with having a passion for history.  Thanks for taking the time to read my letter, inspiring me with your work, and making a great difference for society with history. I want to wish you well at Womble, Carlyle, Sandridge & Rice, LLP where you can expand on different ideas to promote reform to help improve society.

Matthew B. Winick

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