MOB #10: MJWW – Love To Learn: Writing & Economics Workbook

I watch Democracy Now! every night. The everyday struggles of the world can be so daunting. I decided to pick a story to try and impact. I believe that if everyone picks an issue to focus their productive energy on we can really grow as global citizens. I watched the

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A Hood Near You: Trinidad and Tobago

Trinidad is a well established island nation known for their cultural rainbow, architectural detail, and of course oil and natural gas. Trinidad’s sister island Tobago is mostly a tourist attraction with minimal industry on the island. I wasn’t able to make it to Tobago, recently the leadership changed ferry companies

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Geekin Out With Rap Genius

  We all have our thing little things. Some people like football stats, others miniature train sets, maybe makeup. But my thing, well one of many but a main thing nonetheless, rap lyrics. I’ve been at it for a few years now lending my two cents on RapGenius. It’s a

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Dream #14 : Too Large For Life

I could always hear him before I saw him. Gus rode a motorized scooter. Not sure if he needed it but he was far too lazy of a person to walk if there was another option. It was the same every Saturday. The market was my outlet for selling my

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The Soul of Shoes

I remember working at Footlocker as I have frequently over the years – I applaud the company for always welcoming me back with open arms – I was the only stripes in the store this particular morning. Alex was in the back and Freddy was making drops when a customer

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Moral Ammunition

I represent change. Recent events have encouraged me to explore the fine line between truth and proof. When it comes to encouraging change yes proof and evidence are necessary for action. The fact of the matter is,  proof and evidence shouldn’t become a crutch or excuse for inaction;  or even

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