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Black Lives Still Matter

Despite being an upper-working-class white girl, I wrote a piece about Ferguson. Although it came out a few months ago, I’m still really proud of this one!

Black Lives Still Matter

Georgia Can't Shut Up

Getting Ready

When I learned that Rosa Parks faced the same bus driver and his meanness 12 years before the bus boycott, I paused. Some how the fact that she had time to… 92 more words

What's wrong with America today

There is so much going on in the world right now, my mind runs marathons trying to make sense of it all. It’s getting ridiculous. 913 more words

Judgement or Ignorance

“Are you from Africa”
“Are you Jamaican”

I’ve been asked those questions more times than I care to admit. Every other time I would just said no but two weeks ago I got asked the question while waiting for the train I thought to myself what would happen if I said yes. 244 more words


You Wouldn't Like Me When I'm Angry.

A woman who no one in my family had met before died and I sobbed about it. She lost her battle with pancreatic cancer at about 11am last Sunday, according to a post on Facebook. 1,652 more words

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A Message Worth Listening to

At Product of Society we seek to understand as many different perspectives on all of the culture’s most complex issues. ¬†One of the biggest elephants in the room, as far as American culture goes, is that of the floundering criminal justice system and mass incarceration of American citizens. 63 more words


Her's Day Thursday

A few weeks ago, my sister and I took Huff the Babe to storytime at our local Barnes and Noble. To my happiness, the theme of storytime was Star Wars! 281 more words