Like many white American children, I grew up being taught America was a place of freedom and liberty and that, despite its troubled past, America was now a place where people could express themselves and tell their stories and essentially, not have to worry about being censored and prosecuted. I have a distinct memory of […]Read More Suppression, Censorship, and the dangers of the Single story of History
Believe it or not, they often *can* be productive!Read More Tips For Having Productive Political Conversations
Last week was certainly a busy one, so lets chat about some of the top intresting stories.Read More What is Going on in The World?
A post analyzing how the government is using the concept of fan service in order to gain greater appeal.Read More Fan Service In Public Policy
The laws created echo the continuous struggles of women and other marginalized groups. Laws are the culmination and the realization that our patriarchal society has created from its inception. The laws that have been created by our society came into being during the revolutionary war and the subsequent creation of the Declaration of Independence. These […]Read More Women and Controversial Topics
When you sit down to play a new game, that has garnered a lot of attention and accolades there is a lot of excitement and anticipation for that title screen to first greet your eyes. As I got older a lot of the excitement and anticipation for new games has dwindled, I kept asking the […]Read More Connecting with a Character
In the midst of all the 2020 announcements, political turmoil seems to be quite a hot subject. Instead of diving into the far-in-the-future race, I’d like to take some time to dedicate a post to my favorite politician, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez. Via @ocasio on Instagram If you […]Read More Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Appreciation Post
If the 14th Amendment changes, what does this mean for the United States?Read More Is the U.S. Constitution in Danger?
On September 29th, San Juan Mayor, Carmen Yulín Cruz, stood in front of many news reporters as she did something completely unexpected. She spoke out. September 20th, Hurricane Maria swallowed up the small island of Puerto Rico and left it wounded in its’ wake. Since, 45% of people on the small island have access to […]Read More This is what good leadership looks like: Carmen Yulín Cruz, Bad-ass Female Puerto Rican Mayor
Picture this… We’re driving down a traffic-less Port Republic Road (just go along with it, ok?). Windows rolled down, hair whipping in the summer breeze, a cloudless blue sky stretches out in front of us, and “Someone That Loves You” by HONNE is blasting through the speakers. We each have a one dip of Kline’s Dairy Bar […]Read More Fade to Black, Role Credits.