Growing up as a child can feel like rainbows and skittles, just a blast of fun with no real worries. It’s not until you reach your senior year of high school you notice things being to switch and adulthood becomes a real thing. Imagine the thoughts of a teen who is also in the foster […]

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Four years after her unarmed teenage son Michael Brown was shot and killed by a white police officer, Lezley McSpadden has announced her bid for Ferguson’s city council. According to NBC News, McSpadden announced her candidacy near the exact spot where her son was shot and killed on Aug. 9, 2014 in the St. Louis suburb. “Almost four years ago […]


With the heighten racial and religious tensions in this country, the Columbus City Council passed a resolution to not only start the dialogue to end discrimination but also put it in action. On Monday, members passed a resolution condemning Islamophobia and declaring support for the city’s Islamic community. “We’re like a big jigsaw puzzle, and every piece […]


  Sadly many adults don’t understand why the #BlackLiesMatter movement was started.  But little Zianna Oliphant understands clearly why and expressed herself so well before the Charlotte City Council telling them exactly what our cries and anger have been all about. Zianna we applaud your courage and and honestly! The city of Charlotte errupted the day […]


The big talk right now is the presidential election in November, but that’s not the only time you need to get out and vote. There are laws and issues being passed right in your backyard that will directly or indirectly affect you. You will get a chance to vote on Issue 1 next week. Check […]