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A Connected Society Doesn’t Forget

Anyone who is surprised by the doomed attempts of 31 United States governors to block Syrian refugees need not look further than the 1930’s, when American politicians barred Jewish women and children [See More]


Hold Your Breath

How John Berry and Others Could Have Survived It was past two in the morning when the vintage buzzer to my apartment — the one connected by a single phone line from [See More]


Feed Your Head

I remember suffering the idea of college throughout high school. While most of my classmates were off applying to universities far and wide, I was not, and I recall a formative alienation [See More]



The Unspoken Message of Black Media

Media seems to be more influential than ever and growing beyond measure in the role that it plays in our lives. The scope of media today comes in many different mediums, each [See More]

It Starts Today

Protests have dwindled in America since the onset and passing of the holiday season. This time of year has a way of breaking up our worst behavior, no matter what cultural persuasion [See More]