As of Sep. 17, 2022, President Joe Biden has deemed the COVID-19 pandemic “over” in the United States, according to The Guardian. Such a bold statement seems quite arbitrary regarding the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s CDC recent report of nearly 400 people a day continuing to die ofContinue Reading

A pastor and a football player walk into a bar. Or in this case, a debate stage. These two candidates, incumbent senator Rev. Raphael Warnock and challenger Herschel Walker will face off in the midterm elections on Tuesday, November 8. A third-party candidate, Libertarian Chase Oliver, is also in theContinue Reading

On Monday, Aug. 8, the F.B.I searched former President Donald Trump’s Mar-A-Lago home in Palm Beach, FL. Federal authorities faced immense backlash from pro-Trump citizens and governors after searching for allegedly classified material Trump had in his home. According to The New York Times, Trump saw the search as anContinue Reading

This year Georgia citizens will elect their next governor. The candidates are Brain Kemp (Republican), Stacey Abrams (Democrat), Elbert Bartell (Independent), President Boddie (Independent) and Shane Hazel (Libertarian). After the 2022 Georgia Primary Election, Georgia Republicans chose Brain Kemp over David Perdue and Kandiss Taylor as their nominee. Stacey AbramsContinue Reading

In late March 2022, Florida’s governor Ron DeSantis signed a bill that states that “Classroom instruction by school personnel or third parties on sexual orientation or gender identity may not occur in kindergarten through grade 3 or in a manner that is not age-appropriate or developmentally appropriate for students inContinue Reading

On Dec. 19, 2021, Georgia’s beloved US Senator Johnny Isakson (Republican) passed away after serving 14 years in the Senate. When I was in eighth grade, just before Sen. Isakson resigned his post for health reasons in 2019, he agreed to be interviewed by me for a project I wasContinue Reading

On Oct. 5, former Product Manager at Facebook Frances Haugen gave a testimony before Congress, claiming that Facebook promotes unsafe spaces in order to boost engagement. In her opening remarks, Haugen said, “I believe that Facebook’s products harm children, stoke division and weaken our democracy.” Over the past few months,Continue Reading

On Oct. 26, 2020, just about one year ago, Supreme Court Justice Amy Coney Barrett was confirmed to replace the late Ruth Bader Ginsberg. In the past year, the majority conservative Supreme Court of the United States has made several moves to undo RBG’s decades of work.  During his singleContinue Reading

Georgia had not elected a Democratic senator since 1996. Yet, on Jan. 5, the day of the Georgia Senate runoff election, two Democrats – Jon Ossoff and Raphael Warnock – announced their victories. What changed? This wasn’t a miracle. This moment has been building for over a decade. Ten yearsContinue Reading

As the first first Black U.S. senator from the state of Georgia, Reverend Raphael Warnock is the youngest pastor ever named to the senior pastor role at Ebenezer Baptist Church, the church in Atlanta where Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. served as co-pastor with his father until his assassination inContinue Reading

On Jan. 6, the United States Capitol was breached for the first time in over two centuries. People around the world watched as thousands of Trump supporters stormed the building and attempted to halt the certification of the 2020 election by Congress, supporting the notion that the election had beenContinue Reading