Dear readers, I still remember the day when Trump was nominated President of the United States. It was November 2016 and by the time it was the following month I had seen many tears being shed down on my peers’ … Continue reading Whose heart ain’t heavy?
Dear readers, How’s everyone doing? I’ve been slightly MIA lately due to work and mental health. This COVID-19 quarantine is kicking my butt, as is being a pain in that area for many of us as well. There’s being definitely … Continue reading The quarantine check: how you and others are dealing with COVID-19
Dear readers, February is coming to an end and here I am thinking about how social media has been beneficial to me in the last weeks. Last time I shared my thoughts and tips on Twitter, but now I want … Continue reading Who and why I follow you: Instagram edition
Dear readers, Investigative journalist Nikole Hannah-Jones hosted a panel at Hofstra University the third day of Black History month. Founder and curator of The 1619 Project, Hannah-Jones spoke to a crowd of high schoolers, college students, parents, instructors, and professors, … Continue reading 1619 instead of 1776: Nikole Hannah-Jones in building a legacy in American history
Dear (high school) readers, This is not a review, these won’t be words of judgment, this piece has got no intentions writing about “Sex Education“, the British Netflix series aired on January 11 2019. I won’t even mention the characters’ … Continue reading Now, here’s my version of “Sex Education” – this is for you high schoolers
I moved to the US without thinking twice. I had indeed a very vague and stereotypical view of this country. A place where I could be whoever I wanted to be, where I could achieve my dreams, where all my … Continue reading The only Donald I want to hear