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Take Me Back To The BallGame:

I remember growing up an going to the Oakland A’s game. I remember tailgating, bonding and interacting with others. An having that family time. I constantly ask myself when will we back to attending the games an making those great memories again. I feel having those moments as Americans we had a something we shared in common. We made positive memories an connections. We didn’t focus on color or politics. It was a space of diversity and acceptance. But only time will tell through this pandemic, will we go back to the Ballgame? The outbreak of the novel coronavirus, which… Keep Reading

Renters An Homeowners
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Renters An Homeowners

I always wondered how renters an homeowners  were affected through this pandemic? I wonder how this pandemic affected their family?  As the coronavirus pandemic continues to roll across the U.S., keeping many individuals in semi-isolation, millions are already out of work for the foreseeable future and others are likely to become so. How will those suddenly without income be able to keep a roof over their heads? The federal government and individual states are stepping in to provide protection for homeowners and renters. On the state level, some initiatives are specifically intended to provide relief to homeowners and tenants financially impacted by… Keep Reading

Who Said Back To School?
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Who Said Back To School? 

Even though we’re still in quarantined an still require the wear mask. But yet, School is back in session? Yet, we’re still taking the chance of our children going to school an interacting with other children? Doesn’t that against the whole quarantine through this pandemic? What part of social distancing is that? I feel it’s more of a risk to have our children at school. I feel there’s more of a chance of our children catching this plague. Yes, children can catch COVID-19, but they are less likely to than adults. A study published in Science has shown that children under… Keep Reading

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Face Covered

Throughout this pandemic, we’ve been told, practice social distancing, wear your mask, wash your hands and use hand sanitizer. Although these are all tools to keep us safe and healthy dieting these troubled times, it has definitely took a toll on our everyday life. Not as loveable as Jim Carrey’s The Mask, but COVID masks are a big controversy in today’s world. To wear, or not to wear the mask: that is the question. Do they work? Or are the hindering us and hurting us in the long run. COVID-19 is thought to spread mainly through close contact from person-to-person.… Keep Reading

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More Than A Pink Ribbon

Breast-Cancer, has an affect on woman an family worldwide. This disease has many stages an side affects that impacts many women in the worst way. Let’s not mention all the treatments involved to cure this disease. With radiation an chemotherapy which can cause other major side affects. Having a mother who has been fighting Breast-Cancer for six years now. Watching her struggle from retiring early, losing our home, outstanding medical bills. My question is will we ever find a cure for this disease? Will we be a stop to this disease. In March 2019, the FDA approved the first checkpoint… Keep Reading

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The Drew Review: CBS Launches The Drew Barrymore Show By Amelia Davis

She stole our hearts as a child actress in Spielberg’s out of this world film E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial, we have witnessed her first kiss and watched her get swept away like Cinderella to become happily Ever After. Now you can be graced with the presence of Drew Barrymore live every day from your living room (or wherever you might watch daytime television). Drew Barrymore has just launched her first ever live daytime television talk show with CBS filmed out of New York City. The show starts off with a 50 First Dates reboot with Adam Sandler giving his former co-star the “5,000th date” rundown in… Keep Reading

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Acknowledgement & Highlight

  I feel it’s very important to acknowledge new businesses, especially through this pandemic. But through it all these businesses are still thriving an surviving through it. What makes this business so power an authentic, is that the Designer is Un-Binary. Which is so powerful an motivating for other individuals in the, LGBT Community,  to be your authentic self. And you can achieve anything. Regardless of gender or preference, you shouldn’t be defined based upon that. I asked, Ashley Vonshae to tell us a little about theirselves an what their business stands for. And what motivates them an what inspired them… Keep Reading

Post Covid America LGBTS
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Will America Reopen?

remember being able to walk freely with no masks an no worries. Or simply hugging my love ones an shaking new hands an meeting new friends. Going out freely to group gatherings an such. But I feel since, COVID-19 all that has changed. The pandemic I feel has put a hold on life an civilization. But my question is when will we reopen? When will we go back to what we called life as we knew it. When will the unemployed be employed again? Because as of right now life is on an standstill. I feel now we have cope… Keep Reading

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HOW HAVE I BEEN SPENDING TIME DURING QUARANTINE:

Everyone knows life during quarantine has been a challenge. Things we used to do and people we used to see have been limited so to the Coronavirus. And on top of that, a lot of us (including myself) aren’t working. So we have to manage our time with activities and projects just to keep our sanity. I hope you’ve all been proactive during your time these past months. Here’s a dive into my life into quarantine. 1.ALCOHOL- I’m not going to lie to you folks, alcohol has been a true companion in these hard times. Nothing beats a night with… Keep Reading

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I Think It’s Time:

For years I as a, Feminist I always felt there should of been a woman in office. I feel like maybe with an Woman as Vice President Or President. Maybe there would be a little more peace or balance in the world today. But in history Woman always fighting an striving for the same rights an equality as men. From not being to vote or having a platform, to now being able to not only vote but to actually have not only a platform. But to actually run for President be in the House of Representatives, in the democratic an… Keep Reading

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