Estimated reading time: 21 minutes Why it has always been a problem, and how it impacts Modern American society today Before I begin talking about my perceptions of race, I would like to first give my deepest condolences to George Floyd’s family and relatives, as well as others who have tragically lost a part…… Continue reading Understanding Systemic Racism in the United States
Hear from someone who’s had almost three years of social distancing, and how they’ve gotten used to it.
This is a blog post with external sources to other news outlets with their own views on the matter as we progress through these trying times.
Based on a series of recent events, I thought I’d revisit some of these posts by writing a new one. Use the Related Posts at the bottom to see the posts I am referring to.
This post uses lyrics and song titles throughout to reference how I felt when I was writing this article based on a group I am in.
I have also included a quote from a friend of mine who is going through similar issues.
This is the first part of a series that explores my experiences interacting with the blind community from the perspective of having multiple disabilities.
I wrote this little article back in 2014 and updated it today based on my up-to-date knowledge on the issues.
Hopefully, this is the last post in this political series because I know that there’s a lot of controversy over these things.
Content warning: do not read if you are a recent survivor of sex abuse, or had suffered some other form of life-altering trauma.
This is another post that follows up to the first one in tis series. Again, not my words, except for the comments surrounded by asterisks.
This is going to follow a series of posts regarding things like liberalism and democracy, as well as the recent #MeToo movement.
Sorry again for the super-long novel, but this is the second and concluding post to the What Happened to Me? Series.