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Generations Lead The March On Washington

On Jan. 21, the Women’s March on Washington served as the point of trade between the hands of the previous generation and the voices of the current. In the sea of millions of individuals who challenged the nation’s current standpoint in democracy, it was the blood-lined generations who truly flooded the world. On the corner […]

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Understanding the Inconceivable

So it’s official: we are a nation presided over by Donald Trump, a man loathed by so many, but beloved by so many others, who have taken wholeheartedly to his claim that he will “Make America Great Again.” I would say he’s a wolf in sheep’s clothing, since millions have followed him as if he’s […]

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How To Be Agent of Change

We live in a negative world. This is a sad statement, but this past election cycle has proven it to be true. My newsfeed on Facebook, Twitter, and even Instagram was filled with nothing more than long rants about the candidates for the Presidency and why each was a threat to the safety and prosperity […]

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Democracy Reigns and I Still March

In a nation where democracy reigns all and racism-filled patriarchy rings true, there is but one thing to do — speak for the voices silenced. The United States has a painfully long history of dismissing people for their uncontrollable characteristics, most notably race, gender and sexuality. From the time Christopher Columbus stepped foot in the […]