By Jae Bradley “The New York Times” estimates that nearly 500,000 people participated in the Women’s March on Washington on January 21, 2017. The march was a vibrant and very pink display of solidarity among advocates of various social causes. From reproductive rights to environmental concerns, demonstrators flooded the heart of the nation’s capital the... Continue Reading →
Where Can Justice be Found in Baltimore?
How one family’s fight has turned into a platform for the voiceless By Lillian Doyle It has been 1,097 days since the death of local Baltimore artist Tyrone West. The cause of West’s death is controversial. After being pulled over by the Baltimore police for a traffic stop in July 2013, it was discovered that... Continue Reading →