SCOTUS has become the biggest buzzword of the past two weeks, but prior to September 23rd, very few of us had ever read let alone discussed the abbreviation. Established in 1790, the Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) was created to act as the legal arm of the federal government, and has come to […]Read More Why is everyone talking about SCOTUS?
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In the past three decades, a new stereotype emerged to victimize over 1.8 billion peoplebecause of their religion, Islam. While not every Muslim is directly exposed to this stereotype daily, many actions have been taken to discriminate against Muslims around the world. This includes the travel ban placed on seven Muslim countries under the Trump […]Read More Uighurs Under Persecution
President Trump’s election promises claimed to make a stronger and greater America. But has his administration kept those promises? No. instead of making a stronger America, Trump Administration is chaotically attempting to dismantle and nullify all the policies that were implemented by his predecessor, President Obama. In his campaign, President Trump blustered to change the […]Read More What has been Accomplished 1208 Days Later
This is my home, this thin edge of barbed wire, but the skin of the Earth is seamless, the sea cannot be fenced, el mar does not stop at borders (…) This land was Mexican once, was Indian always, and will be again.” Gloria Anzaldúa Art has been an impactful form of activism throughout history, […]Read More Art as Activism
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