Gen-Z has been emerging and growing into a generation of political activists for collective issues in the U.S. and the world. But why is Gen-Z so powerful?
The Second Amendment has changed us as people. It has made us used to violence and has given us a desire for it. Now, how can we ever un-do that?
Nowhere is safe in this country. Not concerts, restaurants, movie theaters, schools or Walmarts. When will the rampant gun violence in the US stop?
In the wake of the tragedy in Pittsburgh last week, TIME’s releasing of the cover of its November issue titled “Guns In America” could not be more pertinent.
Derrick Grace II has created a curriculum for those who are willing to “Un-learn and Re-learn.”
It’s definitely time to rethink our levels of regulation.
As new information emerges, America is embroiled in a fierce debate on gun control, mental illness, and other factors to prevent similar tragedies.
There’s no more waiting on adults. The future voters of America have spoken and they are demanding change.
Apparently, Barbados has seen an increase in gun violence and Rihanna’s cousin Tavon Kaiseen Alleyne was the latest victim.
At some point we all need to decide this can’t happen anymore.