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30 Mar A Time to be Selfless

Last week I wrote about some important programs who's federal budgets may be slashed. Soon after the post, the controversial quarterback Colin Kaepernick donated $50,000 to Meals on Wheels. No matter how you feel about him for kneeling during the nation anthem, you have to respect...

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22 Mar Time to Give

Here in Los Angeles, traffic can turn a 15 minute drive into a 45 minute one within the a blink of an eye. I spend a lot of time listening to my local radio station. I'm very grateful for the information they give me everyday. This...

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08 Mar #DayWithoutAWoman

Today we are celebrating a #DayWithoutAWoman. It's an event put on by The Women's March. Today is all about what the economy, workplace, and the world would be without women. It's tough to think about, because none of us would be here without the female body....

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01 Mar Diversity Wins at the Oscars

A year after #oscarssowhite, the amazing Moonlight took home the award for Best Picture. In a big year for diversity in movies, Moonlight touched on both Black and LGBTQ issues. Even though we had a huge increase in Black performances on and off the screen,...

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22 Feb The History of Black History Month

We are in February which means it's Black History Month. I was listening to the radio and the man was talking about after our studies of the Civil Rights Movement. He stated that the majority of Americans only know 9 words about the movement. Those...

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15 Feb Love Thyself

Happy Valentine's Day all! Hope everyone's day was filled with joy and love. While most of us get to love who we want there are still hundreds of thousands of people who don't. My wish for this week is to embrace someone we wouldn't normally embrace....

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08 Feb A Letter from the Earth

Here at We Take Note we try and fight discrimination with stories. As we continue to fight the labels life has placed on us, we're reminded that this Earth is being discriminated against as well. How does the Earth express its feelings? The Earth can't write...

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01 Feb Keep Encouraging

Last week I went to the Women's March in Washington. After my trip to D.C. I wrote about how we as minorities and immigrants must support one another. I also wrote about the numerous subsections of women who came out to march for their own personal movements...

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25 Jan We Can All Work Together

The Women's March in Washington was a success. From what I saw my wish came true. I saw many men with signs and even my Facebook friends at home were liking, commenting and sharing posts. If you attended one of these marches around the world you...

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18 Jan Women’s March in Washington

I am headed to Washington, D.C. for the Womens March in Washington the day after the inauguration. I am a man who has come to realize the injustice that women are facing in America today. Whether it's getting paid 80cents to a dollar, women's right to...

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