Six decades after Brown v. Board of Education, segregation in schools still persists.

During a high school football game between two schools in Tennessee just 9 miles apart, Southwind High of Memphis and Houston High of Germantown, the parents of Southwind sitting on the visitor bleachers noticed the obvious wealth…

“Immigrant families are being split up and children are living in fear and silence.”

For many adults and children in Latin America, moving to the United States seems like an enticing path to new and improved lives; however, many of those immigrants are faced with an innumerable amount of issues…

“Resistance Fighters Battle Myanmar’s Military in Mandalay”

If I had come across this headline a year ago, I probably would have looked past it and ignored the atrocities of another country because it wasn’t my own. But after my dad moved to Myanmar last year, I found myself in a situation where that is no longer the…

The concept of ‘minorities’ is changing. There are commentators fearing, based on quantitative and numerical data, that ‘Whites,’ with the continued decline in numbers, will become a minority in the United States in the near future. However, minority concepts cannot be considered from numerical analysis alone. Today, especially from the…

A veil of ignorance and darkness slowly encapsulated the landscape, and in that moment society was put under an ephemeral spell. I pitied the people who fell victim to this spell as they were purblind to a different kind of enchantment: night scenery. Wanting to break free from the suffocating…

Andrew Kim

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