How Insulin Uncovers Institutional Racism

Racial disparity in the United States often echoes the trials of social injustice that framed American history. The same issues leaders like Martin Luther King Jr. fought for still render African-Americans paralyzed today. Even as a new decade approaches, Black people in America are still struggling with employment, education, poverty, the criminal justice system, and… Continue reading How Insulin Uncovers Institutional Racism

How Gentrification Mirrors Segregation

Change is shoring up to Miami but it’s disguising itself as flourishing development whilst doing it at the expense of the minorities who’ve built the city. This change has rippled through several metropolitan hubs but has never sailed to the south. This is gentrification-- and it’s leaving a bitter taste in Miami’s mouth. Condos have… Continue reading How Gentrification Mirrors Segregation

When MLK’s Legacy Becomes the White Man’s Argument

There’s this song that plays on loop in the black community, and it’s the song of other races depicting their feelings. With history to prove it, no other race in America can empathize. African-Americans have had a long journey en route to 2017; and, sensibly, the journey continues. As the new year dawns on the… Continue reading When MLK’s Legacy Becomes the White Man’s Argument