Politics: Why Aren’t We Talking About The Latest Mass Shooting?

On Monday April 10, 2017, a man by the name of Cedric Anderson opened fire inside North Park Elementary School that would leave 3 people dead, including himself. One of the victims was an 8-year-old. How many more needless tragedies need to occur for our country to have a real conversation about gun control? Only... Continue Reading →


Social: Being Colorblind Is Not The Answer

Facebook - Lydia Stith Rosebush   Ignorance (Noun) - lack of knowledge or information A heartwarming story of a Caucasian boy who shaved his head so he can look like his black friend went viral recently. And before I start, I want to say that there is absolutely nothing wrong with this story. I love it. It... Continue Reading →

Social: The Peter Liang Case And Why It Matters

I've been following the news surrounding Peter Liang ever since he was found guilty of second-degree manslaughter in the accidental killing of Akai Gurley back in February of 2016. Liang is a Chinese-American N.Y.P.D. police officer. Gurley was an innocent black man. There are many sides to this case. It's perplexing and difficult to understand... Continue Reading →

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