Opinion: Race and Sexual Harassment

The continuous wave of sexual harassment and rape allegations against powerful men is still strong. I sincerely hope that these massive call outs will be the alarm that will wake society up and make preparations to make the world a little safer for women. However, with some of these men, the irritating poison of hero […]

Read More Opinion: Race and Sexual Harassment

America doesn’t care if scores of black and brown girls are missing unless we tell them to, and that’s what’s wrong

In a world where what you are brings certain advantages that some others don’t have based on the society they live in, people want to point out the unfairness that comes with it. In many cases, we bring up ‘what if’ questions if it happened to the ones not so ‘privileged’ to point out double […]

Read More America doesn’t care if scores of black and brown girls are missing unless we tell them to, and that’s what’s wrong

Your Thoughts On Trump’s Inauguration and Becoming the 45th President of the United States

Here are my thoughts. Like many of you, I’m still in a slight state of panic. However, I’m not too surprised. Donald Trump is this country’s new President, despite his numerous – and I do mean numerous flaws, shortcomings and examples of his overwhelming ignorance, the same traits pathetically found within most of his disciples. […]

Read More Your Thoughts On Trump’s Inauguration and Becoming the 45th President of the United States

Notable Links: 1-16/15

Hollywood’s political deafness: What Cosby, “Selma” & Hebdo reveal about white liberal consciousness 7 of the Worst Stereotypes About Black Fathers Dirty ex-cop Louis Scarcella’s framing of innocent black men is costing NYC millions White People Riot In Columbus After Football Game, Media Calls It A ‘Celebration’ Why has Woody Allen’s career survived and Bill […]

Read More Notable Links: 1-16/15