Between El Paso, TX and San Diego, CA, I learned a lot more about the border crisis than I would have simply consuming news in Denver, CO or New York, NY. Seeing first-hand who is helping migrant, legal refugees, and what they need can change how you believe in others. Seeing is believing; so what if there were an organization helping you report what you see and teaching you how to get hands-on in helping others? That’s my goal.
View the photo highlight-reel of my backpacking journey from El Paso, TX to Yuma, AZ. Learn why I did it and why I’ll be in Yuma for another three months. Enjoy; leave a comment.
Open Borders, my new photo gallery on 500px, during the month of April is donating 100% to humanitarian causes. Learn more.
You’ll notice that this isn’t marked under news but blog. I almost didn’t write this article at all. In fact, today was almost my last day in the career track of journalism. After this post, I’m switching focuses. I’ll still attend meetings and write about anything that intrigues me, correct
I love reading. One of my favorite things to do, is read several books on a subject, all at once, and take notes on their overlap and relativity. My goal with my reading like this, is something I picked up by going to college. You’d go to class, and be
PORT JERVIS, N.Y. — Less than a week after his hopeful State of the City Address for a Port Jervis “that still needs nurturing to succeed,” Mayor Kelly Decker has, as many in the city would characterize, came out of his face. Monday, in a letter-made-public-rebuttal on his Facebook Page,
This is it. The uncut, unabridged, uncensored, list of 300 books that I’d LOVE to read in 2018, but likely will only read two of. With any luck, maybe six. Ordered by highest average Goodreads rating first: The Decline of Black Politics: From Malcolm X to Barack Obama Dictatorship of