Living In France During #GiletJaunes

France has long been known as the country that strikes. At my school alone, there has been 3 strikes and a 4th happening on Thursday. In French, we call this a grève or a manifestation. Many of my teachers have been apologizing for all of what's going on but I am taking it all in and… Continue reading Living In France During #GiletJaunes

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"They held no elected office. But they led a nation. They marched as Americans who had endured hundreds of years of brutal violence, and countless daily indignities — but they didn’t seek special treatment, just the equal treatment promised to them almost a century before.” - Barrack Obama 

Photo Gallery: ATL Protest

"This could be one of the great Trojan horses." - Donald Trump  Aside from Atlanta being a city full of immigrants and refugees, we're all still really mad that he said our beloved home is "in horrible shape and falling apart." On Sunday January 29th, hundreds of people gathered at the airport to protest Trump's… Continue reading Photo Gallery: ATL Protest

MLK Day in Birmingham

I've found that going to school in Alabama definitely has it perks, especially when it comes to visiting historical sights. I'm guilty of placing Atlanta at the center of the Civil Rights Movement but so much happened in Birmingham and really Alabama in general. This past Sunday (also Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s birthday), I… Continue reading MLK Day in Birmingham