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TikTok Violates Privacy and Encourages Hate

With over eight hundred million users, TikTok is the social-networking hub for teenagers everywhere. It’s a video-sharing service created by ByteDance, a Beijing based company founded in 2012 by Zhang Yiming,   that is used to create short lip-sync, comedy, and talent videos. In 2017 TikTok was launched for iOS …

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The NFL’s Privilege Shines Through Recent Ad

On August 26th, 2016, San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick took a knee during the national anthem for the first time. Kaepernick began his peaceful protest against the police brutality faced by African Americans in a manner that was guaranteed attention, something that was essential for his protest. This very …

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Redefining Full Time Work

“It is high time to rid ourselves of the notion that leisure for workmen is either lost time or a class privilege,” said Henry Ford, American founder of Ford motor company. Ford revolutionized the workforce by scaling back working hours and paying his employees generous sums, resulting in greater production. …

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Is Bryant’s Legacy Controversial?

Written by Staff Writer Ro’aa Alkhawaja CBS reporter Gayle King is currently under fire for comments made regarding NBA legend Kobe Bryant’s 2003 rape case in an interview with friend of Bryant and former WNBA player, Lisa Leslie. Kobe Bryant, father of five and husband of Vanessa Laine Bryant, died …

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The Truth About Performance Enhancing Drugs

Steroids- to the average person, the word conjures images of massive, almost inhuman-looking bodybuilders, bulging muscles, and swollen veins. However, unbeknownst to many, the use of performance-enhancing drugs in both the entertainment and athletic industries is a damaging and deceptive secret. The fact of the matter is, in terms of …

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Commit fraud, just don’t deal drugs

There is nothing just about sentencing a black drug peddler with a revenue of $1,800 to twenty-five years, while a white, presidential campaign manager is sentenced to seven and a half years in a VIP prison for laundering well over $50 million. Despite this concerning difference, American courts pride themselves …

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What you don’t know about China

“Humane job-training centers”-the label China gives to its Muslim internment camps, according to the New York Times. These camps are supposedly intended to educate Chinese Muslim residents and contain terrorism; Chinese government even goes as far as to classify prisoners as “students”. According to The Guardian, when the United Nations …

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