Apps like Uber and Lyft are easy and convenient, given that you have the disposable income to afford them... But these services are a luxury, one that is out of reach for the single mother who needs to get to her job across town before 7:00am every day.
Others who have joined don’t want to see Trump potentially mar America’s future, which is a legitimate concern. Regardless, treating his alleged mental illness is not the concern. They don’t want Trump to get help; they want him to get out.
Yes, you may have gotten dozens and dozens of photos with impoverished Black or brown children for your Instagram on your service trip, but those children may have been better off if you had stayed put in your comfortable college apartment.
Recently, Burger King released an anti-bullying campaign advertisement that compared a young boy being picked on by bullies with a burger that was “beaten” by employees. This social experiment showed that random customers were more inclined to return their beaten and smashed burgers than to call out actual bullying happening to a young boy right before their eyes.
Success for YouTube, its content-makers and its viewers, has always relied on algorithms, the invisible math that guides relevant content matches whenever you search for a video. And as advanced and effective as such programming can be, it is not without its steep drawbacks – particularly for the LGBTQ+ community.
Lamonte McIntyre, 41, walked out of a Kansas prison as a free man on Oct. 13 after spending 23 years behind bars. He was only 17 years old when he received two life sentences for the murders of two individuals involved in a drive-by shooting in Kansas City 23 years ago.
While it’s great that these issues of sexual assault are gaining more exposure and that people seem to be increasingly more comfortable discussing such issues, we’ve seen far too little change in the way that society at large approaches the subject of sexual abuse and misconduct.