opinion

Expansion Is Oppression
Niki Monazzam | 10/20/2020

The documentary, The 13th, explores the roots and expansion of the American prison system that has become a tool of systemic racism, particularly in how it relates to the oppression...

Diplomatic Turns
S.R. Landon | 10/12/2020

To the Europeans' credit, they already envision a change and anticipate the positive impact a November 3rd, Joe Biden presidential victory will have on future U.S. – European Union relations.

Foreign Relations – E.U.
Elijah Glantz | 09/27/2020

Since George W. Bush’s invasion of Iraq, relations have been strained between the historic NATO allies. The U.S. and her European partners are at odds over most items on their...

Covid Wealth Inequality
Elijah Glantz | 09/24/2020

As the millions of people worldwide struggle in a pandemic stricken world, massive wealth gains for a select few billionaires, primarily through increased value of their companies, is a painful...

Atlantic Alliance
Elijah Glantz | 09/01/2020

As we enter the 2020’s, the animosity filled facade of NATO, in its 70th anniversary, might not tell the full story.  Rather, joint technological projects and military operations have become...

Year of the Bubble
Elijah Glantz | 09/01/2020

July 30th, the NBA restarted in a “bubble” in ESPN’s center at Disney World in Orlando, FL. Despite this being the national epicenter of the pandemic, the NBA completed the...

Voter Suppression
Lydia Tadross Marks | 08/21/2020

The issue of voter suppression is one that lacks attention in the US, largely due to the fact that it’s sneaky and goes unnoticed. Voter suppression impacts Black Americans more...

Decolonizing Curricula
Alice Derieux Chagnard | 08/05/2020

Our current education system is broken... Under the veil of patriotism, we fail to see the violent consequences of the whitewashed dominant narrative which has embedded itself within our scholarly...

Housing Inequality
Elijah Glantz | 08/04/2020

Without inherited wealth, access to opportunity and right to move into thriving, more stable neighborhoods, Black wealth has remained abysmally low. Renting was rarely a choice, rather the only viable...

Riots
Elijah Glantz | 07/13/2020

Rioters, as we are taught, are thugs, hoodlums and criminals. Never, does the mainstream glorify rioters as agents of change whose voices have been systematically removed and suppressed...