Last month Nike teamed up with Colin Kaepernick to make a 30th anniversary commercial that would air on the NFL’s opening night, September 6. Kaepernick made national headlines in 2016 when he started protesting police brutality against the black community by kneeling during the National Anthem. His actions sparked a national debate about the proper way to respect the flag, a discussion that has been reignited by Nike’s latest commercial, which was presented to be inspirational to young people, motivating them be the best person they can be.
March marks the 31st year of National Women’s History Month. Started by the U.S. Congress in 1987, Women’s History Month is when the nation acknowledges and commemorates the many achievements of American […]
On Tuesday, March 21st, 2017, U.S. officials ordered 10 airports in eight countries to ban all electronics besides hand-held cellphones. All electronics except for cellphones can no longer be carried onto a […]
Dylann Roof, the shooter during the South Carolina historically black church massacre killing nine people during a prayer meeting, has been sentenced to the death penalty but has until January 24th to […]
On January 6th, 2017, Esteban Santiago opened fire at the Fort Lauderdale Airport. After his flight, he went to the bathroom to privately get his gun out of his suitcase and load […]