2 Months Later: What President Biden has done in his first 60 days

Kristal Ombogo News, U.S.

President Joe Biden has been in office for 60 days. Here’s what he’s done and failed to do so far. Within his first days of office, Biden signed several executive orders, many of them attempting to reverse Trump’s decisions during his term.  On his first day in office, Biden repealed Trump’s controversial travel ban that restricted migration, primarily from Muslim-majority …

Self-Cancellation: Dr. Seuss

Natalie Baltimore News, U.S., World

On March 2, the decision was made by the Dr. Seuss Foundation to stop publishing six of its titles because of its racist imagery. The books: “And to Think I Saw it on Mulberry Street”, “If I Ran the Zoo”, “McElligot’s Pool”, “On Beyond Zebra!”, “Scrambled Eggs Super!”, and “The Cat’s Quizzer” displayed varying degrees of offensive imagery. “And to …

“If You Can’t Donate”: The Increase in Black Fundraisers

Mary Sutton News, U.S., World

GoFundMe is an online platform where people can create fundraisers for all types of situations, ranging from simple projects like school events, to serious problems like school tuition. In the past, they normally appeared in relation to a viral event, but nowadays, they show up on every other post. The recent increase of GoFundMe pages on social media is the …

45 vs the 14th Amendment

Cierra Black News, U.S.

According to an Axios HBO video interview published this morning, 45 claims that he can end birthright citizenship by way of an executive order. 45, child of a foreign-born women and father of children born to foreign-born mothers, expressed his concerns about the right to citizenship enshrined in the Constitution. “We’re the only country in the world, where a person comes in, has a baby, and …