Death panels were branded as inconceivable. Until 2020 and the Coronavirus.
In quarantine, many of us are dying from boredom, our lives practically over due to a lack of social activities and events to attend. However, in the Philippines, prisoners are also dying- literally.
While the stock market plummets and essential workers fight on the front lines, going to the beach or protesting the quarantine seems absurd. However, “stupid and crazy” are just a few words to describe protesters during this pandemic. A national phenomenon with devastating consequences, the effects of these protests are beginning to trickle down to the local level.
The ultimate showstopper: COVID-19 has closed schools, suspended national events and hindered social interactions, becoming the greatest roadblock to everyone’s enjoyment.
Election posters are littered throughout the city. Your phone is being bombarded with ads about the next candidate’s campaign. On social media, an abundance of posts and tweets hum with excitement for what is to come. It’s everyone’s favorite time of the year: campaign season!
With the extremely crucial win in Nevada, Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders has greatly improved his chances of winning the democratic nomination in the 2020 race for the Presidency.
‘Pow! Pow!’ This is not a drill…
As the bid for the presidency unfolds, the future of the Democratic party becomes more uncertain.
Despite its long withstanding, there is an issue plaguing American political ideology: hypocrisy–namely, the despotism regarding foreign affairs.
There is a new virus sweeping across the world.
President Trump is, quite simply, brushing the homeless issue in California under the rug.
It only took thirty seconds for Haiti’s economy, government, infrastructure, and population to be ravaged—and with ten years passing, the country has yet to recover.
After Iran launched missiles at U.S. military bases in Iraq, President Donald Trump tweeted ‘All is well!’
In the historically black neighborhood of Leimert Park Plaza in Los Angeles, artist Micheal Rippens has been opening a monthly pop-up event in his backyard called the “Free Cafe.”
Just eleven years ago, Barack Obama became the first black president in US history. Now as a woman of color seeks the 2020 presidency, the country seemingly turns a blind eye.
Time and time again, school shooting incidents are headlines to the news media, reporting on all the bright lives that were abruptly ended, on communities that will never be the same again, on families that are mourning the loss of a loved one. Yet all we do is change the channel or flip the page, all while thinking: it will never happen to me. Yet, as increasing incidents of school shootings occur, it is time to face the reality: gun violence is a real and apparent issue.