One of the scariest comments I read all the time across different platforms (but especially on Thought Catalog) is “you call this journalism?”
Black wealth needs to be consolidated and multiplied for the benefit of the black community. Instead of continuously pumping black income into white pockets, there needs to be a conscious effort by the black community to invest in their black neighbors and themselves.
This is how you do it.
“…I have come to the conclusion that there is only one way under high heaven to get the best of an argument—and that is to avoid it.”
While many of the things I see do impact me on an emotional level, it requires a great deal of time, effort, and critical thinking to truly have an informed opinion on major political and social issues.
And we make commitments and promises and vows, and we love; the best of us love until it hurts. But still I say, this might not be as hard as we all make it out to be.
Jobwise, even if you don’t pursue a career directly related to your major, you’ll be able to write cover letters and complicated e-mails with ease.
While my father may not identify himself as a feminist, I certainly would not be one without him. And for that, I am forever grateful.
Facebook-only commenting has one result — scaring people into agreement.
We wondered whether anyone else in the world emailed back and forth all day about Kierkegaard and Kim Kardashian.