Tag Archives: social equality

Police Reform: Invest in Officers

I’m struggling to understand the defund-the-police movement. What I hear in the media is that law enforcement is overworked, unappreciated and experiencing high levels of stress, which has been blamed for some unacceptable behavior. This is something we should be … Continue reading

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The Legacy

I witnessed the students dedication to their education, their vision and their joy. I thought about my grandma fighting spirit, her vision for my mother’s education. – Wunmi Mosaku Positively Purging-I welcome your feedbacks in the comments and your likes … Continue reading

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Violence

Women want to be free to choose from the same range of options that men take for granted. In our quest for equal pay, equal access to education and opportunities, we have made great strides. But until women can move … Continue reading

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A high five is not enough!

I have been following this story ( Hundreds of black men turn out to encourage students, dispel stereotypes)and it truly annoys me. Do they have this day for other ethnicities? I mean seriously what the hell? I wonder if the African … Continue reading

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