Tag: #protest

ACT-TIVISM: BEING APART WITHOUT BEING APART

“Get in the game, for real.” BLACK SQUARES Since the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis at the hands of police officers, and more recent Jacob Blake shot b officers, but survived, protest have been ongoing across the country. But you start to notice… Continue Reading “ACT-TIVISM: BEING APART WITHOUT BEING APART”

CIVIL UNREST OR CIVIL WAR

“Brink of War.” INFIGHTING When you live in a country where so many people are at each others necks, what is there to come of all of this. Because we have to learn to live in this country because it’s not like there is… Continue Reading “CIVIL UNREST OR CIVIL WAR”

ME VERSUS YOU: THE FIGHT OVER POLICING

“Hands up, don’t shoot!” POLICING IN AMERICA In the United States over the years the relationship between the inner city African American community and law enforcement has been fractured for decades. But a few months back, the killing of George Floyd in the city… Continue Reading “ME VERSUS YOU: THE FIGHT OVER POLICING”

FOR THE REST OF THE YEAR: CULTURE!

“It’s all we’re talking about.” 2020 Since the shutdown of the economy concerning the Coronavirus,  a lot has happened and we are not even done with the year yet. And the rest of 2020 will consist of us covering culture in society. And this… Continue Reading “FOR THE REST OF THE YEAR: CULTURE!”

NO THOUGHT: HOW COLLEGES NO LONGER ENCOURAGE FREE SPEECH

“We used to love it.” free speech space Ever remember when college universities used to be places for you to harness thoughts of people that are different from yourself? Now these places of higher learning have become campuses for constantly getting you into trouble… Continue Reading “NO THOUGHT: HOW COLLEGES NO LONGER ENCOURAGE FREE SPEECH”

TO STAND OR NOT TO STAND: THE NFL DILEMMA OR PLAYERS PROTESTING

“The right to do it.” taking a knee Over the past couple of years there has been the controversy over the former Quarterback Colin Kaepernick taking a knee during the national anthem to protest against police brutality. And since then there has been protest… Continue Reading “TO STAND OR NOT TO STAND: THE NFL DILEMMA OR PLAYERS PROTESTING”

I’M DEFEATED: WHEN THE SOCIAL TENSION BECOMES TOO MUCH

“Too much to keep fighting.” i’m exhausted For the past few centuries there have been social strife in America. From Native Americans losing rights and fighting for justice, to African Americans, Women’s rights, Hispanic, and members of the LGBT community. But the issues sometimes… Continue Reading “I’M DEFEATED: WHEN THE SOCIAL TENSION BECOMES TOO MUCH”

TAKING A KNEE: WHY IS THERE STILL A STARK DIFFERENCE BETWEEN WHITE AND BLACK SENTIMENT ON NFL PROTEST

“In protest of…..” on one knee Ever since former NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick got down on one knee during an NFL game to protest police brutality in America during the national anthem, the anthem protest has taken on a life of its own. It… Continue Reading “TAKING A KNEE: WHY IS THERE STILL A STARK DIFFERENCE BETWEEN WHITE AND BLACK SENTIMENT ON NFL PROTEST”

WHEN THERE’S BLOOD IN THE STREET, BUY MORE GUNS: GUNS AND ECONOMICS

“Safety and security.” the second amendment Having the right to bare arms is a right that has been in place in the United States of America going back to the late 1700’s. Yet the amendment was revised in the year 1992, shockingly enough, revisions… Continue Reading “WHEN THERE’S BLOOD IN THE STREET, BUY MORE GUNS: GUNS AND ECONOMICS”

PUSHBACK: HOW THE SURGE AGAINST TRUMP COULD HURT THE 2020 ELECTION FOR A PARTY

“2020 is quickly approaching.” politics Since the election run of President Donald Trump, there has been constant protest and contest infighting. But my question is, is this good for a party? Because we have not had a politician in the United States that people… Continue Reading “PUSHBACK: HOW THE SURGE AGAINST TRUMP COULD HURT THE 2020 ELECTION FOR A PARTY”