Tag: society

RACIALLY CONSCIOUS: HOW BEING IMPARTIAL IN A DIVIDED NATION CAN BE TOUGH

“It exist, but to what degree?” Growing up in the Midwestern state of Wisconsin, I never really thought about race. And when I say race, I’m not referring to the human race. I’m talking about being an African American male. I could visibly tell…

CHOOSING A GAZELLE OVER A LION: WHY WOMEN CHOOSE WHAT’S NOT NATURAL

“You want nice, oh I bet you do.” When it comes to a relationship, women always state how much they want a nice guy. Yet they never quite choose that guy. And I have always looked at this from a nature driven standpoint. Where…

CHANGE THE LANGUAGE, BUT NOT THE CONDITION: HOW AMERICA PUTS YOU BACK INTO SITUATIONS

“We change the language, but not the condition.” – George Carlin Diversity, diversity, diversity!! That’s all we hear into today’s society. We must be impartial and open to different ethnic groups and cultures. But are we really as diverse as we think we are…

ALL EXCLUSIVITY: THE REAL FACE OF AMERICA’S INCLUSIVE NATURE

“We are all created equal, yet access is not.” In American society today, we always preach that we are this fair and balanced nation. We are all created equal in the eyes of God. And we push the idea that we are an all…

POINTING THE FINGER: WHY WE PENALIZE THOSE WHO TALK LIKE US

“We love to point, but no one owns their own stuff.” In today’s society, more and more, we are finding that people love to play the blame game. We love pointing fingers and chastising others for the language that they use. What’s crazy is…

INTERNALIZED SHAME: WHY IT HURTS TO LIVE YOU IN SOCIETY

“We all have it, but can’t admit it.” In our society there is so many taboos that we live with in and around us. But there is one thing we hate to admit. And that is the things we like that make us who…

CROSSING THE PICKET LINE: SURVIVAL OR SELFISH

“Have you ever thought of crossing?” Signs, chants, and anger fill the air as men and women stand outside and march to the unfair treatment of their organizations. Either unfair, or upset at layoffs from their company of employment. Now, my question is,┬ádo you…