The Gift of Sight – Dr. Mirani’s Story

Imagine going blind. The darkness creeps in slowly, over the course of a few years. Cataracts build over the lens of the eye, and your vision, once perfectly clear, becomes blurry, then murky, then completely dark. In an instant, color, … Read More

Finding Error and Empathy

When Walter Scott exited a Mercedes Benz he was test driving during a traffic stop, was he running towards freedom or away from responsibility? Conversely, when former officer Michael Slager fired his weapon, was his intent to protect and serve … Read More

Police Violence in the USA – An Opinion

Nicole Harris is a 25-year-old freelance writer from southern California. Her studies have included criminal justice, sociology and psychology. She spends her free time reading true crime accounts and running. If you’ve been watching the news at all, you know … Read More

Government’s Pattern of Displayed Racism

Linda Evans, The Queen of Radio, brings you the best in Old School Internet Radio, Classic R&B, Hip Hop, and Gospel. Her talented voice styling rivals those of syndicated radio. Tune in for a blast from the past and be … Read More

America: Formally and Actually Unified?

August 9th, 2014 was just another typical day of studying and working as every normal college student does at the University of Missouri. My friend Jay and I were studying together like we have done the past two years in … Read More