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Changing regional political power in the United States

Political power within the United States can be broken down and explained through various layers, ranging from race and class to the grasp that corporations have on Congress. Who exactly has the most political power,… Read More...

The law of gratitude and abundance

In my own personal research into ideas of spirituality, the universe and religion within the past year, a common theme that I have incorporated into my life is the idea of a law of gratitude.… Read More...

The flaws in our police state

One year after the death of George Floyd, Black and brown men are still dying at the hands of trigger-happy police. Time and time again, news has come across our timelines of yet another incident… Read More...

No prisoner is bad

In doing research for classes, and because of a slightly obsessive watching of a few prison TV shows, I have become more and more solidified in my stance for prison abolition. To start off, the… Read More...

Decolonizing the mind

As I develop my political thinking more and more throughout my college experience at Brandeis, I have become increasingly supportive, and aware, of the importance of decolonization as a remedy to the human rights terror… Read More...

Dedicating to self-care

Throughout the past year, I have been committed to self-care, and I truly cannot thank myself more. Ever since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, like many, I have had to address the unnecessary stress… Read More...

The healthcare system is failing gay men of color

In a United States where we pat ourselves on the back for our liberal policies and stance as leaders of the free world, the institutions that we hold supreme are desperately failing marginalized populations already… Read More...

Zoom class reforms are not working

If you’ve had humanities courses or probably any course on Zoom this past week, you probably have noticed slight changes in the way how professors are formatting class schedules and rules. It seems to me… Read More...

White supremacy on the footsteps of the Capitol

As soon as I saw the infamously shared photo of a redneck with his boots up on the table of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, it was evident white supremacy and white privilege were the true… Read More...

Time to change our elections

While the United States continues to pride itself on being a liberal mecca and exemplification of democracy to the rest of the world, we lack severely in the aspect of representation. The notion of “no… Read More...
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