Will Smith is a jack of all trades. His motivational words never fail to enlighten about life and its intricacies. In today's video he describes what he thinks love is. In a world of uncertainty, having someone who is willing to be there is important. In one way or another we are all having a … Continue reading Daily Inspiration: Love is Help
Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie is a successful writer from Nigeria. She has received many accolades while her writing has circulated publications and her novels hit bookshelves. In today's video she gives a Ted Talk about the dangers of limited exposure. When hearing a single story about a person or place it forms a perception that isn't … Continue reading Daily Inspiration: There’s Always More to the Story
The World Wide Web is turning out to be a angry place. The rise of the internet has birthed something inside people. Comment threads on social media highlight the darkest and contentious thoughts that people have. While in the past, they would just remain thoughts; people seem to be spouting their dislike everywhere. Jobs have … Continue reading The Civility of Internet Interaction is Waning
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 … Continue reading Daily Inspiration: Protect Our Girls From Sexual Assault
Terry Crews is an actor who has made us laugh in many movies and tv shows. He was recently in the news after coming out against a sexual assault that he experienced. He uses his platform to talk about very important issues. In today's video, he discusses the earliest memories he has of the trauma … Continue reading Daily Inspiration: Speak Up
September 11, 2001 was indeed a horrific day for the United States of America. Thousands of lives were lost during the events in New York City, Washington D.C. and in Pennsylvania. The 9/11 Memorial & Museum in New York City is dedicated to remembering the nearly 3,000 people who lost their lives in 2001 and … Continue reading Daily Inspiration: 9/11 Memorial & Museum 5K Run/Walk
If you were born in the last century- you have heard of Facebook. The social media site has become a staple of daily life. With the amount of users climbing over one billion worldwide, it is safe to say it is wildly popular. Popularity though, has its drawbacks. Former Facebook founder, Chamath Palihapitiya, isn't necessarily proud … Continue reading Facebook: For Better or For Worse?
Housing is a significant roadblock for those who cannot create generational wealth. Finding adequate solutions are often met with discussion and debate; making poverty a hot button issue in the United States. Social programs have been centered around lifting the unfortunate out of desolate situations and making life more affordable. Long term efficacy of these … Continue reading Detroit Aims to Break Poverty Cycle