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Final Pjt: Black Lives Matter Memorial Video

For this assignment, we were tasked with creating a memorial for the fallen victims of a genocide or the Holocaust. I took inspiration from my contemporary blog issue assignment, and the letter that I wrote to the members and founders… Continue Reading →

Hate Crimes in the USA

So as we all know Genocide has been a huge problem for the world throughout history. But an even bigger problem is the belief that acts of genocide are over. Almost every single day there are acts of genocide happening… Continue Reading →

Stronger Than Hate, Pittsburgh

Can you teach an old dog new tricks? I’m not sure, and this Earth is getting pretty damn old. Speaking of old, Judaism, one of many religions, yet persecution against Jews should be getting old by now, right? Wrong. In… Continue Reading →

The Systematic Killing of Black Americans

There are many stories of genocides throughout various parts of the world. The Armenian genocide, the Holocaust, the Rwandan genocide, and so much more. None of these documented events however have occurred in the United States, or at least they… Continue Reading →

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