Trump Has Already Won

Reading Time: 2 minutesThis is the first election that I have voted in. Even though I was old enough to vote in the last one, Obama seemed a shoo-in as an incumbent who was facing a man who was more slogans than actual agenda. Romney spent more time reacting, thus giving Obama the time and stableness to thoroughly…

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Routes Black People Ran Before Football

Reading Time: 2 minutesBlack people throughout the history of the diaspora have made their mark in two particular sports that share the same name, football! Whether you call it soccer , football or futbol, those two sports in particular black people can definitely , “route you up” in. But before we dominated the football leagues and routed our…

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Stratch and Frisk

Reading Time: 1 minuteData compiled by the New York Civil Liberties Union (NCLU) on stop and frisk from 2002 – 2015 shows incredible racial bias. Yet and still there are those who maintain the policy has the ability to be effective if implemented correctly. The question that comes to mind is how do you correctly implement racial profiling?…

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Chipotle: Brown VS White Rice

Reading Time: 1 minuteIt was 7:30pm and I hadn’t yet eaten. The only cure: Chipotle. Sadly, this was everyone’s thought. At least two dozen people were already in line. As I waited for over half an hour, I noticed that some people were moving to the front of the queue while others were waiting at the side. I…

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What The Brunch?

Reading Time: 1 minuteA month ago I would have defined brunch as a meeting of people between the hours of breakfast and lunch to have a large meal.  After Saturday,  I may have surmised that it is a Sunday activity for purging the enormous amount of alcohol from my body with greasy food.   After yesterday, I am…

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