“Soro Sokey, Werey!” – #ENDSARS and The History of Police Brutality in Nigeria

Photo via Twitter By Kimberlee Smith “People died for nothing…. People died for nothing.”  The morning of October 20, 2020, started as any normal day in Lagos, Nigeria—normal, that is, for a city

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Breaking News with Jordan Chiarelli

Hurricane Zeta causes power outages, COVID-19 sends Reinhardt athletes into quarantine, CDC encouraging flu shot, and a COVID-19 surge in fall and winter. |ABOUT| “Breaking News” is quick news updates

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First Time Voters: The Voting Process Explained

Photo by Manny Becerra on Unsplash by Atiya King The 2020 election is less than two weeks away, and it’s pretty much all anyone can talk, tweet, post, and argue about. Former President

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President Donald Trump and Democratic Nominee Joe Biden Weigh in on West Coast Fires

End Climate Change. Photo Credit: Jon Tyson on Unsplash  By Miles Brooks  As wildfires continue to char the hills of California and the West Coast, and hurricanes continue to pound the shores along the coast from

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Social Media addiction is on the rise

Photo Credit by geo uc on Unsplash By Evan Quinones Everyone knows someone who won’t put down their phone because they are constantly checking social media or documenting every part of their

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President Trump tests positive for COVID-19

By Kimberlee Smith President Donald Trump has entered the Walter Reed National Military Medical Center in Bethesda, Maryland, after testing positive for COVID-19 in the early morning of Friday, Oct. 2, 2020. 

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Movie Theaters are on Life Support

 By Evan Quinones Movie theaters across the country are like ghost towns. The smell of popcorn no longer permeates the air, soda fountains are dry, and once-sticky seats are empty. 

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A Tribute to the Black Panther

Fans of “Black Panther” are still mourning the death of Chadwick Boseman, who passed away on Aug. 28, 2020, from stage III colon cancer. He was just 43-years-old.   Social media

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TikTok files lawsuit against United States Amidst President Trump’s Executive Order

President Trump signing documents. Photo Credit: Reinhardt Eagle Eye By Moxon Glosson Could President Donald Trump end TikTok for 100 million U.S. users?   On Aug. 6, U.S. President Donald Trump issued an executive order barring American

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Protect Our Communities – Minorities and COVID-19

By Kimberlee Smith People are dying. The current cases are at 5.8 million and rising, and Georgia has suffered 5,300 deaths and almost 300,000 cases. Because of long-lasting racial barriers

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