Tag: #change

MINORITY SELECTION: WHO WILL BE THE NEXT MINORITY PRESIDENT

“Whose next?” 2020 and beyond The presidential election run of Barack Obama left a door open for the next president either Black or any other ethnic group. But the question still stands, who next? Because in my opinion, there will be a White female…

A DYING MEDIUM: HOW THEATERS ARE BECOMING A PAST PLACE TO WATCH MOVIES

“The intimate has become less intimate.” the experience In the past, when people would venture to the movie theater, it was more than just watching a film. The entire experience surrounding it was an event of its own. We have watched the theater go…

IDENTITY: THE IMPORTANCE OF A STRONG CULTURAL IDENTITY

“A name, a religion, an identity.” ┬áso so important In a world where social and political strife has been erupting lately, what is the significance of having an identity on a ethnic level mean to you? Because I can speak for my myself coming…

CULTURAL SHIFT: HOW TO STAY RELEVANT IN AN EVER CHANGING WORLD

“Staying ahead of the curve.” RELEVANCE In a nation where technology is constantly changing, you must be able to work well with it to stay relevant. But what about the norms in society in regards to how we communicate with each other. And one…

WHY DO SOME PEOPLE TEND TO WANT TO HOLD ON TO INTERNAL PAIN

“Why hold on when you don’t need to do so?” Holding on to internalized pain is something that so many people do on a daily basis. And I am not referring to the people who seek out therapy as means of getting out of…

MEGA CITIES: HOW THE AMERICAN LANDSCAPE WILL CHANGE OVER TIME

“The exodus within a civilization.” In the future to come, we know that the United States will take on a major cultural shift. But what about the geographical shift that will take hold. Over the next few decades we’re going to see the country…

THE STORM BEFORE THE CALM: HOW THE UNITED STATES IS SO MAD BECAUSE IT’S GETTING BETTER

“The fight among ourselves is as volatile as the weather.” America has always dealt with issues socially in our country. As with any country, there are issues in the past, in the present, and will be in the future. But the more recent problems…