Full disclaimer: I am not a practising Catholic, and I am not a devotee of established religion; my views herein are intrinsically biased.
After a stressful week of “Did, you forget to take your meds?” Congressional hearings and diaper-wearing, tiny-handed orange balloons, I thought you might need to end the week on a positive note.
The Department of Justice (DoJ) of Jefferson Beauregard Sessions III, this stalwart of civil rights of our era in March 2018, reopened the inquiry into the murder of Emmett Till because they have found “new” information about the case.
For the first time, the women of Saudi Arabia have been granted the right to drive. Westerners are applauding this great leap/cruise forward as a win for women’s rights. However, dig deeper, and the truth becomes evident.
The Gulf of Paria is a body of water between the Republic of Trinidad & Tobago and Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela aka the Gulf. On a clear day from the cities of San Fernando and Cedros you can see the Venezuelan coast line.
I’ve decided to write this post after watching the plight of #Venezuelans and their struggle to survive on Al Jazeera.
While the world sleeps, the daily hardships of the people of Venezuela continues. The gaping gulf between rich and poor widens, while parents are willing to risk their lives to provide for their families.
No human on this earth should have to navigate the high seas to sell commodities to feed their children.
If you want to learn about the crisis in Venezuela to determine how you can help click here