“The only way through a bigot’s door is to breakdown,” is one of the many thunderous lines in the movie Marshall, which released earlier this year. In honor of Black History Month, this is a perfect movie to sit down and learn about a monumental figure that was an active leader during the Civil Rights Movement. Thurgood Marshall was the first African American judge to … Continue reading Marshall: Movie Review in Honor of Black History Month
Maya Angelou said it best. “Music was my refuge. I could crawl into the space between the notes and curl my back to loneliness.” Sam Smith couldn’t agree more. Sam Smith’s recent studio album, The Thrill of it All, delves into every layer of his soul as he sings notes in perfect falsetto. “Pray”, the second single off the album, stands … Continue reading Sam Smith: The Thrill of It All Review
North Korea. The country that has been on everyone’s mind as President Trump ramps up his rhetoric on the actions he is willing to take against the totalitarian nation. Trump’s recent claim at the United Nations General Assembly that the United States has the ability to “destroy North Korea” (CNN) was met with a North Korean response six days … Continue reading North Korea: How Did We Get Here?
President Donald Trump has now been in office for more than one hundred days. However, the question that many ask is if he has made accomplishments on all the major issues he campaigned on during the election. The list below provides some insight into what he has and has not done thus far on those major topics. Mexico Border Wall: No One of his … Continue reading Trump’s First 100 Days in Office Update: Were Promises Met?