Where do I begin to even share my thoughts on Syria. The slaughter of Syria. The human moral stain that is Syria. The collective human failure that is Syria. The suffering that is Syria. When I first wrote something public about Syria, it was a diatribe (it was) on how Friday sermons unnecessarily brought up,Continue reading “More Than>Syria”
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Constitution Day- Whats the most important amendment today?
Did you know there is a Constitution Day here in the United States? Its observed by the federal government on September 17 every year. That happens to be the day back in 1787 when our founders ratified the present day Constitution, affixing their “John Hancock’s” onto it and leaving the legacy for us Americans. FolksContinue reading “Constitution Day- Whats the most important amendment today?”
The Arab Spring Between a Ballot and the Bullet
Black History Month- a lens of analysis for the Arab Spring February is Black History Month here in the US. Its an opportunity for Americans to give special attention to the contributions of Black Americans to our country. You might wonder whats the purpose of it? I will leave the answer for another post, here I want toContinue reading “The Arab Spring Between a Ballot and the Bullet”