Monthly Archives: June 2016

What The 2016 Election Means To Me

In 2008 America elected its first black president. People hailed it as a milestone indicating that America was moving forwards, pushing past the failed policies of the past presidency and looking towards a more global, progressive approach to the world and all-inclusive policies at home. Fanfare filled the streets, tears of joy were shed, and […]

To Date Or Not To Date? 5 Basic Rules of Office Romance

Originally posted on Thirty On Tap on June 21, 2016 We’ve all heard the cliché warnings – don’t get your honey where you make your money, don’t sh*t where you eat, and don’t mix work and play. We’ve received our fair share of ominous cautionary tales about preferential privilege and office reputations garnered through sleeping […]

When Violence is Excused or Ignored, it is Inherently Accepted and Condoned

Originally posted on The Maverick Journal on June 9, 2016 Words and actions matter, and when violence is used as a threat or is unfolding right there in front of you then it is the responsibility of people everywhere to not only call it out and denounce it but to take action when they can. […]

Making History, One Vote at a Time

Sometimes it takes an extraordinary candidate to cut through an almost insurmountable pile of bullsh*t. After Tuesday’s primary results, it’s clear that Hillary Clinton has finally taken on the mantle of the Democratic nominee. Despite some of the continued kicking and screaming coming from the Bernie side, she has now won a majority of states, […]

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