Mightier Than A Sword wX John Green

Mightier Than A Sword w/ John Green


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A year ago we spoke with a few high school students and ask them about their thoughts about dress and image. How Black youths are perceived by others within the community and outside. A year after Trayvon Martin the nation is... more

It was initially believed that an Australian couple abandoned their surrogate son who was born with Down syndrome, while taking custody of their perfectly healthy daughter. It turns out this was not the complete story, although the couple did... more

According to the pew research center 86% of Blacks were dissatisfied with the Zimmerman aquittal and 5% were satisfied. Former NYPD Captain: Eric Garner 'Would Not Be Dead If He Had Not Resisted' How do you perceive these... more

Do Black males have an added concern of potentially being victimized by those who are charged with their public safety?

Group economics and group politics how do you understand these ideas and do others engage in these practices to further their interest in keeping their families stabled and neighborhoods safe?

If there were a police presence or military presence as some have even called for on every community block that is identified as a hot spot can this help?

Since blacks has helped to shape what this country is today do they not with clear conscience have every right and privilege to celebrate in its birth and independence irrespective the racial challenges they had to endure? Is it a... more

What do the middle-class deem important and why?

Today we are asking the questions does the rich worry and have similar concerns as you? Would you trade your problems and concerns for the concerns of the rich?

Is the role that fathers play in the lives of their children still seen as an important one? Is fatherhood still being celebrated or do we take the responsibility of fathers for granted?