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Mental Illness and the Parkland High School Shooting

“Don’t be a snitch.” “Blatantly crying out.” “A mental health issue.” “Don’t politicize this.” Yes, the shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School is an issue of mental health. Americans are not efficiently directing their attention to how mental disorders affect “Generation Z” on a daily basis. But more and more Americans, and people worldwide, … Continue reading

The January 2018 Women’s March

This year on the 20th of January, thousands of women took to the streets to commemorate the one year anniversary of the National Women’s March held protesting the inauguration of Donald Trump. President Trump’s term has led to great turmoil for women in just a year, but the rally in January once again demonstrated the … Continue reading

On the Usage of Offensive Slurs

TW: Slurs Ever since the presidential election in 2016, there has been an upsurge in the usage of and controversy surrounding offensive slurs. Although 2017 was a year of activism– in part a reaction against the American political system and the result of the dynamic social climate –disrespectful labels are still used on the daily … Continue reading