“Passport. Visit. Enjoy.” Traveling the country is something that every America need to do. But traveling the world has to be whole new experience. Me myself, I have been throughout the country. But I have never been outside the United States, though I want to travel abroad. What it does is gives you a sense … Continue reading BROADEN YOUR HORIZONS: WHY TRAVELING OPENS YOUR EYES TO CHANGE
“Feeling the New York City rush is rough.” The month was August, and I was new to New York City. Up until this point, my only insight into Manhattan was the idea of what I thought I knew. My first experience of the big city was walking through the revolving glass doors into the Time … Continue reading Nothing Personal, Just Busyness
“I wouldn’t want to belong, unless I belong.” I was recently reading a story regarding Hollywood actress Gabrielle Sidibe’s visit to the high-end Chanel retail store. While in the store, Sidibe said that she experienced racial discrimination while seeking to purchase a few items. And it wasn’t until the other Black employees in the store … Continue reading CELEBRATED NOT TOLERATED: WHY BE SOMEWHERE YOU’RE NOT WANTED
“Why broadening your horizons could help you grow?” Coming from a small town, I moved to New York City back in the 2011. The city was in Wisconsin with a population of 78,000. Very few people take it among themselves to leave their surroundings. But as for me, I wanted more: to see more, experience more, strive … Continue reading BREAKING AWAY: THE FEELING OF LEAVING SMALL TOWN AMERICA
“Where do they go from here?” November 25th 2016, Cuban leader Fidel Castro passed away at the age of 90 in Santa de Cuba Province. He has been out of the spotlight for some time now, passing the reigns over to his brother Raul Castro. Why, well his health has been deteriorating over the years. … Continue reading GLORY BE TO CUBA: What Now After Fidel Has Died?
“Why we need to leave the block.” As a Black man, I wish I could take my views of the world and place them into the minds of so many other young Black males. I am always trying to broaden my horizons as well as understanding other groups. I love Black culture, but I also … Continue reading OFF THE BLOCK: Why Black People Should Travel