About two years ago, I experienced police intimidation firsthand. Prior to that date, I had only been pulled over by a cop once and didn’t actually get a ticket because he didn’t have his speed gun out to know how fast I was going. (#Blessed.) I had been in the car once before when my … Continue reading I’m a lawyer, but I’m still terrified by the police.
This is going to be a lengthy post because I've been a fan of Logic for awhile. Tex is super into rap, and so is Mr. Teenage Dream. So between the two of them I was kept pretty current despite my preference for soul and R&B. As a matter of fact, I've been put on … Continue reading Logic’s “Everybody” is the positive resistance album we didn’t know we needed
It's 2016 and election fever is in full swing. (I'm amped up to vote for Bernie Sanders in the primary). Sadly, that means the Obama era is at an end. This was a once in a lifetime experience! Even if it doesn't take another 220 years to elect the second Black president, Barack Hussein Obama … Continue reading State of the Union
2014-15 was when Millenials collectively figured out that white people are still racist, the political system is rigged, and the justice system is crooked af. So what are we going to do about it? If you were to compile a list of victims of police violence, and only include those who got media coverage, you'd still come … Continue reading Trayvon, Eric, Mike, et al : Where do we go from here?
The analyview returns! I got a free copy of Dr. Richard Banks' book, Is Marriage for White People from the professor who advises the BLSA group at Orange Law. It was a good read and surprisingly easy to get through; despite my impending finals, I managed to get through in just a few hours. Thesis … Continue reading Is Marriage for White People?