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20 Sep The Power of Music

 Music is such a powerful platform. It doesn't seem to matter if you enjoy it at the biggest music festival in the world or your at local bar, music brings people together. I witnessed it personally a couple days ago. The teams at Wild Riot...

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13 Sep Texas Women have a #HappyPeriod

In light of the natural disasters affecting America this month, we wanted to shine a light on an organization making a difference in the in the state of Texas. Based in California, #HappyPeriod, founded by Chelsea VonChaz, is an incredible organization that believes no woman...

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06 Sep Are You a DACA Defender?

As many of you know the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) ended yesterday. DACA was a program that gives undocumented immigrants who came to America as kids a chance to work while in America. Living in California we have about 220,000 DACA recipients and...

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30 Aug Help Houston Survive Hurricane Harvey

Many of you across the nation have been affected by the news of Hurricane Harvey, which hit southeast Texas over the weekend. As the floods drenched Houston, we witnessed the unity of the country as people joined together to help the relief effort. Some civilians have...

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23 Aug Imagine Justice and Liberty for All

On Monday, August 21 I went to the #ImagineJustice concert held at the Capitol Mall in Sacramento. #ImagineJustice, or Imagine Justice, was put on by the legendary Common and friends to raise awareness around the criminal justice system. With the help of Anti-Recidivism Coalition as...

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16 Aug We are Fighters of Equality for All

This past weekend was filled with contentious activities. It has been very tough for me to see photos of people giving the Sieg Heil solute along with photos of people uprooting statues. With that being said, we have to stand up for one another. So my...

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02 Aug The Olympics Can Combat Homelessness

On Monday the International Olympic Committee announced that Paris will host the 2024 games and Los Angeles will host the 2028 games. As a native to Los Angeles, I'm really excited to see the Olympics come back to my city for a third time. I'm assuming...

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26 Jul The Courageous Claire Smith

Claire Smith is an African-American sportswriter who was the first female Major League Baseball beat writer. She covered the New York Yankees from 1983-1987 for "The Hartford Courant." Claire Smith was famously not allowed in the locker room after the first game of the 1984 National...

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19 Jul Do What You Love

My partner went out of town this week. While she's been on vacation I've been through a wave of emotions. It was difficult to fall asleep the first few nights she has been gone. I miss laughing and being silly with her. All of a...

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