Thanksgiving Day

Good evening, everyone! Thanksgiving was 2 days ago. I got to spend the entire day with my family: my mom, my dad, and my sister. (Normally, we spend Thanksgiving with my grandparents, but refrained from doing so this year due to Covid ramping up in my home state.)

4th of July

My whole life I’ve celebrated the Fourth of July as a day of freedom. Today, July 3rd, I watched a moving reminder by Daveed Diggs based on Frederick Douglass’ “What to the Slave is the Fourth of July?” Here’s the article that features Daveed Digg’s spoken-word piece.

Curse My Name: A Breakdown

Blind Guardian’s “Curse My Name,” reminds me of something. It clicked in my head only just this morning. For a song coming from 2010, it has strong resemblance to our current political climate. “Curse My Name” is a rousing song, telling the story of a tyrannical king being brought forth for his crimes. As theContinue reading “Curse My Name: A Breakdown”

Tariffs, Mexico, & Trump

If you know your history, you’ll know that the tarrifs on items from Mexico is like the taxation on tea.

Brief Thoughts on the Massacre in Christchurch, New Zealand

Hello, everyone. Recently, New Zealand has suffered a terrible tragedy: 49 people were murdered in two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand. The news coverage, from the BBC, details the events of the massacre and what has transpired afterwards, including memorial services, flowers and beautiful affirmations of love from the surrounding community, including this picture: OneContinue reading “Brief Thoughts on the Massacre in Christchurch, New Zealand”

A Closed Internet

Hello, readers! I love the freedom I have on the web. We all do. Oh, excuse me, I should say had. Recently in the U.S., we’ve lost net neutrality. I was at work when I saw the news alert. I’m enraged and devastated that the Internet is going to be commercialized like television. It’s disgusted andContinue reading “A Closed Internet”