In Charlottesville, it was a march. In Pittsburgh, it was a shooting. And in Washington, D.C., it was a swastika drawn in a Department of Homeland Security building.
“How dare you.” Greta Thunberg’s resounding voice rang on the stage to the audience.
When the organizers of the Straight Pride Parade in Boston first promoted it, many people weren’t happy.
“Everyone deserves the sweet taste of justice, regardless of race or wealth.”
In recent years, student journalism has become increasingly critical.
The 1835 Treaty of Echota, states that the Cherokee Nation is entitled to a representative in Congress. Now, 184 years later, the Cherokee Nation has selected their first: Kimberly Teehee.
Although the Trump administration announced their attempts to improve the health standards at immigration centers, new issues continue to arise.