The Great Lake Day

After my scepticism with religion, what will forever be known as the “Great Lake Day of August 2017” has opened my eyes as to why the church still takes a hold of 83% of people in the USA. I don't think it's necessarily the religion itself, but the community aspect by which it's hard to … Continue reading The Great Lake Day


Thoughts on America’s Racial Discrimination

I knew racial discrimination was a far more complicated problem in America than it is back home, but today I have been frozen by the repercussions of discrimination over here. From children's books, and the outstanding 7% of 332 Caldecott winners having only African-American characters. To the African-American women murdered by police brutality, which I … Continue reading Thoughts on America’s Racial Discrimination