Malcolm X for Kids

Malcolm X for Kids

There are multiple YouTube videos and websites dedicated to teaching about Malcolm X to children of all ages. These websites start with the basics about Malcolm X, such as he was born Malcolm Stuart Little on May 19, 1925 and died on Feb. 21, 1965. One website stated that Malcolm X’s mother was a much […]

Living With Opioid Addiction

Living With Opioid Addiction

Opioid addiction is rampant in the United States. One of the reasons for the epidemic is older adults are told they are no longer a good candidate for narcotic pain prescriptions. In support groups, seniors tell stories of no longer being able to obtain their medication legally so they turned to illegal means of obtaining the drug. […]

Saving the English Language Is Not as Scary as It Sounds

Saving the English Language Is Not as Scary as It Sounds

With great technology comes great advances, but there is always a cost that comes with progress. The rise of texting and communication via social media has generated a new language, invented by the young and highlighted by abbreviations and intentional misspellings to create expediency while disregarding grammar and punctuation for ease of typing. Although language is constantly evolving and […]

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