I was raised, as previously written here, in West Virginia. June 20, 1863. This was the day West Virginia became a State. What was once considered western Virginia split and became this new State. This rift occurred because, while some … Continue reading Heritage, Not Hate? Hold on…
In the midst of all the racial divide going on in the country, a photo was recently released depicting a group of black kids playing in the streets of Brooklyn, NY in 1948. Although segregation was still strict and enforced, … Continue reading Young Kids Play In The Streets Of Brooklyn, New York In 1948 – What Americans Can Learn From This
We are all too familiar with the tragic events of Charlottesville, Va this past Friday evening. As one would expect, we all waited in anticipation of what our President thought about the horrifying events. I, for one, was exasperatedly disturbed … Continue reading Are Both Sides Really To Blame For The Charlottesville Violence?
Donald Trump has been under major scrutiny regarding comments made this past weekend regarding the White Nationalist rioting in the streets of Charlottesville, Virginia. Regardless of the differences, people from different political parties came together to both voice their disdain … Continue reading Protesters Gather Outside Trump Tower in Manhattan [Videos]