When Will We Have Enough?

Last night, the Lifetime network premiered a brand new show titled “Girlfriend Intervention”. The show features four established black women, who coach other non black women on how to be more hip,stylish and have the “confidence” of a black women. It begins with former Bad Girls Club member Tanisha Thomas declaring that “trapped inside of every white girl, is black girl waiting to bust out”….wait, … Continue reading When Will We Have Enough?

Real? OR Fake? 2014 Ebola Outbreak

As of March 2014, the media has been informing us of an Ebola outbreak that is taking place in the West African countries of Guinea, Liberia, Sierra Leon, and Nigeria. This outbreak has been marked as the most severe Ebola outbreak recorded with a total of 1,070 cases and 961 deaths as reported by the World Health Organization (WHO). On August 8, 2014 WHO declared … Continue reading Real? OR Fake? 2014 Ebola Outbreak

The 3rd World City Of America: It Could Be Any Of Us

For the past six weeks, over 4,000 of residents living in the city of Detroit have been without running water as a part of the city’s program to cut off the water to residents who haven’t been keeping up with water payments and are more than $150 in debt. The inability for the water department to collect water bills on time undermines the financial stability … Continue reading The 3rd World City Of America: It Could Be Any Of Us

Print Journalism: Soon To Be A Thing Of The Past

As journalists are losing their jobs in record numbers because staffing jobs are becoming less and less, magazines and newspapers are making moves towards a digital future, and The New York Times, one of New York City’s oldest and most historic papers will soon follow suit.  In a New York Times report published in March of this year and obtained by Buzzfeed, it gives the … Continue reading Print Journalism: Soon To Be A Thing Of The Past

Fear of Rape Brings Native Americans To Protest in DC

Dressed in traditional headgear and riding on horseback, starting on Tuesday of this week, Native American activists and protesters as well as environmentalists began gathering at the National Mall in protest of the Keystone XL pipeline. The pipeline will stretch throughout the Midwest posing concerns about the cleanliness of the air and water in the surrounding areas, but the main concern for the Rosebud Sioux Tribe will be … Continue reading Fear of Rape Brings Native Americans To Protest in DC