OPINION | I Started Out as a Child: No pardons for Bill Cosby

I had a different relationship with Cosby than perhaps most. I first met him when I was an 8-year-old listening in on his conversation between Noah and God. Cosby went on to teach me how not to run track and field, and how to play “Buck, Buck”. His comedy records brought me and my friend Jon to tears of laughter each time we heard his voice. We loved Cosby. He was funny, black, and parent approved. Continue reading “OPINION | I Started Out as a Child: No pardons for Bill Cosby”

Opinion | Take a knee: What DOES Trump’s presidency really stand for?

When my father proposed to my mother, he did so on one knee. The Knighthood ceremony requires the candidate to take one knee before the Queen. When we bend down to speak to a small child, we often do so on one knee. I don’t know why Donald Trump hates one knee so much, but for the simple fact it challenges him— everything he is and ever wanted to become.

Continue reading “Opinion | Take a knee: What DOES Trump’s presidency really stand for?”