Daily Inspiration: Repacked Food Feeds School Children

Hungry school children, now have more options out of the cafeteria. Elkhart school district in Indiana has teamed up with a local nonprofit, Cultivate, to repackage unused food from schools and turn them into individual frozen meals. In one school 20 school children receive meals to take home. It’s amazing to consider the amount of food waste that occurs in a single institution. It’s commendable … Continue reading Daily Inspiration: Repacked Food Feeds School Children

Daily Inspiration: Communities Heal Together

The mosque attacks in New Zealand killed 50 people and injured many others. The tragic loss of life in Christchurch was met with immediate condemnation. The Prime Minister Jacinda Arden has pulled the country together with immense empathy and promises of tighter sanctions on assault weapons. In today’s video students in the Christchurch community showed their respect and solidarity with the Muslim community by performing … Continue reading Daily Inspiration: Communities Heal Together

Daily Inspiration: It’s only Crazy Until You Do It

Nike advertisements have always been memorable. Recently they’ve become rather outspoken in their campaigns. The corporation has taken quite a vivid stance on human rights issues and isn’t shy about letting the world know how they feel. Their recent commercial aligning with Colin Kapernick caused a stir and so has their latest women empowerment ad. It features accomplished women in sports and it highlights the … Continue reading Daily Inspiration: It’s only Crazy Until You Do It

Porn: America’s Secret Obsession

American’s love porn, that’s just the bottom line. The days of hiding the scantily clad women on glossy pages in bedside tables and under mattresses has now given way to glowing screens of eroticism. The internet aided in the ease of access by making content a click away. In the early 2000s, it was reported that porn was a $10 billion dollar industry. In 2019 the … Continue reading Porn: America’s Secret Obsession

Daily Inspiration: Conflict Resolution Goes Beyond Impulse

Tensions were at an all time high during Trump’s presidential election. Some have said many of his rally’s promoted intolerance and incited violence. An incident between Rakeem Jones and John McGraw resulted in McGraw receiving one year of probation. In today’s video, Jones talks about concluding the incident in court and having a heartfelt moment with McGraw. Even though tensions are high during any conflict, … Continue reading Daily Inspiration: Conflict Resolution Goes Beyond Impulse

Stop Endangering Others Self-Esteem

Society embodies it and it’s hurting others. Prejudice rolls around in the back of minds and inadvertently surfaces through the boughs of race, class, general appearance or sexual orientation. The people affected are not immune to the animosity and these interactions can eat away at self-esteem. This behavior appears to be part of the general human interaction, a fail-safe of survival of sorts. Naturally, there … Continue reading Stop Endangering Others Self-Esteem

Daily Inspiration: Women’s March 2019

Woman have long fought for the right to be acknowledged and respected. The first Women’s March in 2017 was a protest of resistance to President Trump. This year the march has grown to address a multitude of issues and is led by the Women’s Agenda that is described as the first intersectional feminist policy platform. This years focus on Women’s Agenda Today’s video celebrates the … Continue reading Daily Inspiration: Women’s March 2019

Who Decides When the Uterus Can’t

Women are the bearers of all the generations to come. With that responsibility comes a great consequence. A woman’s uterus has been stuck in an ongoing debate. In centuries past, nature was the only decider in how an individual’s body reacted to the prospect of a growing baby. Today, science has more than caught up with nature. More than forty years ago, the supreme court … Continue reading Who Decides When the Uterus Can’t

The Argument for Educating Children About Sexuality

Sexuality can be a scary topic for parents and people alike. Even though sex dominates our lives at every turn, many people are still uncomfortable with discussing it and rightfully so. Society has spent centuries ingraining it into people that sex should be as private as possible; this mentality no longer coincides with the times. As with everything—education is power. Giving someone the knowledge ahead … Continue reading The Argument for Educating Children About Sexuality

Daily Inspiration: Be the Difference for a Veteran

On Veteran’s Day it is time to remember those who have protected the citizens of this country. We pay tribute to those who have made the ultimate sacrifice, and to those who return from service. Many veterans need additional services when they return home. Mental health is an issue that has finally taken precedent. It is reported that 20 veterans commit suicide each day. Veterans are now encouraged more than ever to seek … Continue reading Daily Inspiration: Be the Difference for a Veteran

Daily Inspiration: Protect Our Girls From Sexual Assault

Sexual assault has been flooding the news outlets with murmurs about high profile figures such as Judge Kavanaugh and Bill Cosby. Sexual assault is often hard to prove and difficult to prosecute unless it is reported immediately and evidence is readily available. Often times women opt not to report due to shame, fear or the mounting possible fall out. In this video a teenager girl … Continue reading Daily Inspiration: Protect Our Girls From Sexual Assault

Daily Inspiration: Labor Day

Labor Day is an American holiday created to celebrate the hard workers that keep this county moving. The first Labor Day was celebrated on September 5, 1882 in New York City. It was first proposed by The Central Labors Union and eventually became a nationwide holiday. In today’s video, Carhartt, a retail company and Von Miller, NFL player for the Denver Broncos, gives tribute to … Continue reading Daily Inspiration: Labor Day