Pass the Potatoes and Be An Ally

Today is Thanksgiving, one of the USA’s most cherished national holidays. Before anything else, I’d like to say the following: this month is Native American Heritage Month. This article was written on occupied Ramaytush Ohlone Land. I would like to acknowledge the Ramaytush people today for their land which I live on without permission, the…

Nowhere To Go: the Dangerous Limbo that Mexico has Become for Central American Migrants

The Central American immigrant population continues to burgeon to new levels, as education, economic opportunity, and safety concurrently decline—specifically in the Northern Triangle countries of Honduras, Guatemala, and El Salvador. The majority of these people make the dangerous trek up north, through Mexico and arduous conditions, to seek asylum in the United States. However, given…

China and Hong Kong at War

October 21st marked the 70th anniversary of the People’s Republic of China (PRC). The occasion was highlighted by a massive military parade with 15,000 troops from all branches of the military, hundreds of vehicles, and an air show by the airforce. President Xi, dressed in a traditional black Mao suit, presided over the entire spectacle,…