• A Man in the Women’s March
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    Last Saturday, I attended the Women’s March in Boston two years after Trump’s inauguration and the initial Women’s March, which drew over 175,000 protesters in Boston and millions more across the country and around the world. This year’s march was significantly smaller in scale, which can be attributed to a few factors: initial outrage to […]

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  • A Court Tainted, A Nation Divided
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    Regardless of the outcome of the Kavanaugh nomination process, something much graver, with much worse consequences, will have emerged as a reality. The Supreme Court, one of the most undemocratic features of our republican form of government, holds a cherished spot in the American sentiment as a neutral arbiter of Constitutional norms, a check on […]

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  • Don’t Tell Me I’m Too Young
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    As youth across the country have united in an effort to push for stronger gun safety legislation, Fox News hosts have taken to the air to lash out at protesters for their age. They claim that movements such as the March for Our Lives are meaningless because they come from adolescents – members of an […]

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  • The Disappearing Middle
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    The 2016 election found many Americans confused as to which party they aligned themselves with. Over the past few years, we have witnessed both parties move farther away from the center. Fringe movements, particularly those on the right, have seen their political influence surge as of late. Many voters found themselves trapped, not inclined to […]

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  • Dear World, We’re Sorry. Sincerely, America.
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    This is long overdue. And it hurts. A lot. I first realized this when I was traveling overseas in December, and someone commented to me that as an American, I need to apologize for our president. My immediate reaction was defensive and angry. But, after reflecting for some time, I have come to realize that […]

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