Tag Archives: violence

Legacy

This November I will be voting in my grandfather’s honor. Wouldn’t it be nice to elect someone who believes in science, respects women, honors the Constitution, and doesn’t bully people on a daily basis? Although my grandfather’s work filled everyone’s … Continue reading

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A moment for self-reflection

As it has been a year since the murder of George Floyd, and this new wave of activism has crashed over our society, it’s important to reflect on where this wave has carried us. How much has changed? White people, … Continue reading

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Should I call ?

Since the beginning of the pandemic, I have been shocked by the amount of racist political language aimed at Asian-Americans and the spike in hate crimes against the community. As a white person, I feel ashamed that I didn’t focus … 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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Presidential Election

I love the Opt Ed section of the paper. I believe we all need to write at least one letter on something we’re passionate about in our lifetime. In saying that, I agree with this piece. Michelle Obama’s Democratic National … Continue reading

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