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How Poor Judgement Left Me Embarrassed

Recently, my best friend and I met at Starbucks to do homework together.  I noticed a woman sitting at a huge table with two children and their stuff spread across it.  She had arts and crafts, St. Patrick’s Day hats and necklaces, snacks, books, computers, and grocery bags filled with …

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Hate Hoaxes and the Myth of the Rise in Hate Crimes in America

Is white supremacy on the rise? Given the perpetual sinful nature of man, it’s absolutely possible. In the context of the end times, I suspect most things that we would call evil are increasing by some measure. In a 2006 bulletin, the FBI detailed the threat of white nationalists and …

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Podcast: Why My Family Won’t be Celebrating Easter

Easter is almost here and as many families are making last-minute purchases to fill Easter baskets full of candies and gifts, I decided to share with everyone why I made the decision to stop celebrating Easter and most other holidays: How does your family celebrate holidays? Do you think that …

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Speech of Arrested Development Drops Pt. 2 of “The Nigga Factory” Web Series

He’s back! Speech, the leader of the 2x Grammy Award winning hip-hop collective, Arrested Development just dropped part two of the anticipated “NI#@A FACTORY” series. The three-part series exposes what he considers to be the deeply destructive campaign to demean the perception of blacks worldwide. Episode one launched October 15th, …

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Telegram Adds 3 Million Users During Facebook’s Biggest Outage Yet

Yesterday millions were impacted by outages across three of the world’s most popular internet services: Facebook, WhatsApp and Instagram. While some users couldn’t access any features from these services, others only experienced an inability to use certain features like stories or direct messaging. This provided a huge unexpected number of …

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Black History Month: The Power of a True Narrative

During the month of February, African-American history is remembered, commemorated, and celebrated under the banner of Black History Month. Today is February 26th, the same day that Carter G. Woodson started the celebration of Negro History Week, which was the precursor to Black History Month that’s celebrated today. Carter pushed …

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The Unspoken History of Abortion In the U.S.

New York’s recent passing of the Reproductive Health Act, expanding abortion rights in the state is arguably the most aggressive state legislation to date addressing this issue. Prior to this law, NYS loosely followed the precedent set in 1973 by the Roe v. Wade decision, making abortions legal only in the first 24 weeks of pregnancy. …

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