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FOIA: Freedom of Information Act Importance 

FOIA: Freedom of Information Act Importance 

John E. Moss is known as the godfather of the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA). Moss was born in 1915 in Hiawatha, Utah and moved to Sacramento, California in 1923 with his family. He joined the navy and then later became an appliance salesman. Even though Moss grew up during the great depression and was dirt poor, he […]

Chance the Rapper Drops Diss Song to Chicago’s Mayor

Chance the Rapper Drops Diss Song to Chicago’s Mayor

On Wednesday, July 18, 2018, Chance The Rapper dropped four new singles: “Work Out,” “Wala Cam,” “65th and Ingleside” and “I Might Need Security.” all of which was available on all streaming services. These songs were spontaneous and were not rolled out as singles are usually released with a big announcement and a drop date. “I Might […]

Drake Upsets Fans When He Attends His Ex’s Tennis Match

Drake Upsets Fans When He Attends His Ex’s Tennis Match

On Tuesday, July 10, 2018, Serena Williams faced off Camila Giorgi at the Wimbledon quarterfinal. However, her fans went wild with negative comments about Drake’s appearance at his ex’s tennis match. With this win, Serena will be advancing to semifinalist status with a promising reach for her 24th Grand Slam and 8th Wimbledon title. Many […]

Etymology and Evolution of the N-Word

Etymology and Evolution of the N-Word

Since slavery, Nigger has been used as a derogatory name to call to black people. The etymology or origin of the word Nigger is traced back to Latin, meaning black.  Nigger was used by slave owners and non-slave owners, the word is still being used today by white nationalists and supremacist to demean blacks and other ethnicities who […]

Jameisha Artis Biography

Jameisha Artis Biography

Jameisha Artis is a junior in college, and she attends The University of Illinois at Chicago. Jameisha declared her major as graphic design during her sophomore year of college. She gained an interest in graphic design because of her high school class called, “Digital Media.” After three years of taking the class, she decided that design was […]