It is no wonder that efforts to censor public dialogue is on the rise considering the mass amounts of police brutality, racial profiling and unlawful justice, immigration cruelty, slanderous remarks made by leaders of our country, and so much more. The public has been crying out enough is enough. People will not live under social stigmas. Public protests and … Continue reading Censoring

Human Rights and Climate Change

Cliffs blanketed in clover and overgrown grasses, blackberry vines mound under the tall cypress canopy. Burgundy striped ice plant weave between wildflowers. At the rocky rim, winds cut away timeless sedimentary layers green and blue resembling the sky. The sky lined white with scattered clouds. How grateful, how lucky, how safe standing between such a space, … Continue reading Human Rights and Climate Change