Just Do It

Yesterday it was reported that Nike named Colin Kaepernick the face of their 30th anniversary of it’s “Just Do It” campaign. Believe in something, even if it means sacrificing everything. #JustDoIt pic.twitter.com/SRWkMIDdaO — Colin Kaepernick (@Kaepernick7) September 3, 2018 This is a bold, and welcomed move from Nike. Nike is not a perfect company. They have had no shortage in controversies over the years which shouldn’t be forgotten. However, choosing Kaepernick shows that they are trying to do the right

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Why I Marched

Women's March on Austin

Like most Americans, I’ve been distraught since the election last year. For the second time in my life, the majority of votes were not heard, and the minority candidate won. I know I needed to do something. To be more involved, I just wasn’t sure how. When I heard about the Women’s March on Washington I thought that maybe Ali and I could be a part of it, but the logistics were difficult. When they started expanding the march to other cities with

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Trump

Man. What an absolutely shitty couple of weeks it’s been. Donald Trump winning the election was nothing short of a punch in the gut. I’ve been able to sum up some of my emotions about the election in the following gifs. Trump is going to be an absolute train wreck for this country. White supremacists and the KKK are applauding this victory and even planning parades. He’s even appointing racists and white nationalists to top positions in his White House and cabinet. The biggest

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Hope

I’ve never been that much into politics, but I can’t help it this election season. This upcoming election will be the third election that I will be able to vote in (actually, I already voted during the early voting period here in Texas) and I can’t think of a time in my life were there has been this much excitement about a candidate. Or ever. The amount of people that show up to Barack’s rallies are astounding. He really has

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