Monthly Archives: September 2015

More Evangelicals, Mormons and Catholics Supporting LGBT Rights

Recently, there has been a controversy where a Christian public official named Kim Davis went to jail for refusing to issue marriage licenses to gay and lesbian couples who wanted to get married.  For weeks I would open up my Facebook page … Continue reading

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Watching the Reactions to the Batman Vs. Superman Trailer

I’ve always been a big fan of super heroes and comic books. I used to run home from school to watch the old Adam West Batman reruns and attach a towel to my back and pretend I was Batman or … Continue reading

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“Black Lives Matter” and the Reconciliation of the Police and the African American Community

In the past few years, the tragic deaths of African Americans at the hands of police officers have led the grassroots movement, Black Lives Matter. This movement has highlighted many of the economic and societal problems that still exist as … Continue reading

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The National Women’s Equality Day in San Jose, California- August 2015

On Saturday morning, August 29, 2015, I went to a women’s rights rally in San Jose, California. It was a fun time. I walked around and took photos and talked to various people about why they were there and how … Continue reading

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A Wage Theft Rally in San Jose – August 2015

On August 22, 2015, I attended a rally in San Jose to protest the practice of wage theft by the Bay View Care Home. The Bay View Care Home has been found guilty of $83,846 in unpaid wages to its … Continue reading

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