“So, my hope for the future of this country – and world – lies in you. It is in your unapologetic love of yourself and your culture. It is in the love you, and many others, are spreading through day-to-day interactions. It is in your revolutionary act of being … and not just being, but being happy and proud of who you are. And it is in the way you will continue to educate, speak out against injustice, and fight for the liberation of all people.” READ MORE
Right now though, I’m a bit numb. I’m slowly, methodically, painstakingly, beginning to come out of it. But, like Al Pacino in Godfather 3, just when I think I’m out … it pulls me back in. I’ve been numb for a good portion of the week. Number than numb…
And then the sports were over and the news came on. Immediately I could feel the anxiety that’s been in the pit of my stomach for the last several days uncoil like a snake and spread to my extremities. When the bartender made a shocking and disgusting comment I begged my sister to leave, please! I knew this was a mistake. READ MORE
Fact: If any third-party candidate receives at least 5 percent of the vote in 2016, they can receive public funds for 202o, our best chance of ever having more options in a general election than Republican or Democrat. READ MORE
UNH Journalism students hit the streets to capture the campus activity on Election even as a visit by President Obama created excitement and traffic jams – and even a few headaches for those students more concerned with studying and exams than the Election 2016 sideshow.
Weekend polls suggest that Hillary Clinton is ahead in the key battleground state of New Hampshire, which leads many to believe this appearance by President Obama plays a larger role than just campaigning for the presidential election. READ MORE