By Demarcus Robinson (Slightly Factual) Over the past 24 hours my social media timelines have exploded with one common theme, Joseph Kony. I’m sure many of you are now aware of who this man is by now, due to Facebook, … Continue reading
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No empathy for the rich and famous… but why?
By Demarcus Robinson When, if ever, will we reach a point where we can sympathize or empathize with other human beings regardless of separating factors such as class, race or religion? I wonder this because I found some reactions to … Continue reading
Forward Together Forward
Four years ago today I was in my second year of college, and second semester at NIU (Northern Illinois University) when a terrible act of violence occurred at my school. Although it was Valentine’s Day there wasn’t anything special planned … Continue reading
“Been ill since Stick Stickly” – Asher Roth
By Demarcus Robinson (Slightly Factual) The title of this post and Asher Roth himself would have you believe he’s been ill since the summer of 1995 (the debut of Nick in the Afternoon which Stick Stickly hosted). This is … Continue reading