Karen Handel Can’t Even See The Glass Ceiling, Much Less Shatter It

Last week, a progressive Democrat almost won a special election for a seat in Congress in a historically conservative part of the ultra-red state of Georgia. For many across the country, thirty-year-old documentary filmmaker and former Congressional aide, Democrat Jon Ossoff, brought hope for a Read More …

7 Podcasts That Are Actually Worth Your While

With famous YouTubers like David Dobrik hopping on the podcast wagon, it’s no doubt they are becoming more and more popular; however, it’s important to find the best podcasts out there. Not only are there comedic episodes, but there are also several podcasts that are Read More …

Police Brutality Is An Issue In The UK Too

Police brutality against black people in the UK is a very real thing, although not discussed as much as the senseless and unjust killings and/or abuse of black citizens in the United States of America. We must recognize that this is not just a US Read More …

God Gave Me a Mouth, But God Forbid I Use It To Talk About Sexual Assault in Our Society

I’ve always been told to use my mouth for the greater good. To speak up when I see or hear of any injustice. But I’ve noticed, that for so many who want to speak up for the greater good, this disappears when it comes to Read More …

How My Stereotypes Made Me Stronger

  The definition of a stereotype is “a widely held but fixed and oversimplified image or idea of a particular type of person or thing,” but we all know that stereotypes are so much more than that. Stereotypes degrade, defame, humiliate, and break down their Read More …

#VenezuelaLibre

In recent months, Venezuela has been a growing topic in news outlets around the world. Lack of food, supplies, medicine, money, and a growing number of piling bodies paint the country in complete chaos, crisis, and turmoil. Protests raid the cities day in and day Read More …

An Exclusive Interview with Breakout Pop Musician & Prominent LGBTQ+ Ally, Azra

Mellifluous troupes and unsurpassed virtuosi manifest from the soot of the bygone and hackneyed infernos of their predecessors in a circadian rhythm, and the lion’s share of musical aficionados will aver that this “circle of life” is the genesis of production and its momentousness.  In Read More …

Nabra Hassanen, Nabra Hassanen, Nabra Hassanen

Nabra Hassanen. I need you to say that name over and over until her story is embedded into your memory. She was 17 years old, a sophomore at South Lakes High School in Reston, Virginia with her whole life in front of her. During the Read More …