In case you’ve been oblivious to political cynicism for the past 30 years, you should know, Rush Limbaugh has a tendency to take things too far. Sometimes, he will advocate an issue that he feels passionately about, and step on a few toes in the process. As far as he has gone in the past, though, (...)
I went to my local Holocaust museum this week for a diversity awareness summit with some students from other high schools around the area. When we arrived, the museum welcomed us all into some conference rooms near the entrance where we sat at some tables facing a podium and projection screen.
There really is no easy way to say this, so I guess bluntly would be the best way: it sucks to be a Millennial in America these days.
This past week, Demos, a non-partisan policy research and advocacy group in New York City, came out with their State of Young America poll. Not surprisingly, it (...)
For six weeks now, the Occupy Wall Street has been taking the country by storm, forcing the already heated debate about class equality to the forefront of discussion in communities across the nation. At this point, millions around the globe have been involved, in varying degrees, with the (...)
Movements like the Occupy Wall Street protests don’t happen very often. They are rare. Not just in size. Not just in influence. But in veracity of ideals. This movement seems to be the first time in a long time that large portions—literally tens of thousands—have taken such vocal steps (...)
I know that the Millennial Generation is going to change the world. We are on the cusp of the next great era of advancements in medicine, in engineering, in education, in politics, in civil rights, in humanitarian aid. We are on the cusp of something that no generation before us has... (...)