Still Here and Still Working: The Angela Davis

The revolutionary Angela Yvonne Davis was born on this day, January 26th, 1944. Born into a African American family in the south, Davis was exposed to incredible amounts of racism throughout her childhood in Alabama. Once detailing how “the sounds of dynamite” are some of the earliest memories she has, the sounds being homes ofContinue reading “Still Here and Still Working: The Angela Davis”

In the middle of a panaramic

Participating in university while the world goes crazy. Mental health, understanding professors and thank God for Philo Farnsworth. To think that my fourth semester of college ended on a random weekday in March is not a strange as what followed in the months after. Being in the house for months with my family was somethingContinue reading “In the middle of a panaramic”