Hurricane Florence made landfall Friday, September 14 at 7:15 a.m. as a category 1 storm. Although the hurricane has now dissipated and is now a tropical depression, the aftermath is devastating.
On September 9th 2018, Serena Williams was being punished for displaying arguable wrath. It all started when the umpire accused Serena’s coach for using illegal hand gestures. Serena told the umpire that she did not cheat and asked for an apology. Later on in the match she had lost a serve and the umpire Ramos gave her a one-point penalty. She then showed wrath because she called-out the umpire for showing sexism on the court and demanded that she get the point back. “Williams’ got penalized with a $17,000 fine, $10,000 remarks her umpire” (Love). Continue reading Serena Williams Controversy
In September 2017, Fenty Beauty was released into the beauty community and set the standards for a all inclusive market. Rihanna´s created Fenty Beauty for every woman, for every skin tone, and for every skin type. For years, the best beauty brands in the business were neglecting women of color. This inspired the creation of Fenty Beauty, ¨so that women everywhere would be included.¨ Fenty Beauty was even named by Time magazine as one of the best inventions of 2017. Since the creation of Fenty Beauty, many new brands, and new products were put under scrutiny because of their lagging shade range. We are no longer accepting excuses for a lagging shade range, the beauty community now expects and demand an all inclusive product(s). Continue reading Fenty Beauty: Celebrating One Year Of Inclusion
“Believe in something, even if it means sacrificing everything.”
Nike recently stirred up controversy when they released their 30th anniversary “Just Do It” campaign featuring former 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick.
Kaepernick hasn’t played in the NFL since he took a stand (or a knee) on his personal beliefs. He started a protest for police brutality and social inequality by taking a knee during the national anthem prior to the 49ers game. Other players in the NFL soon followed in support. The general public felt as if he was disrespecting his flag and country when doing so and he has now not played in the NFL since 2016.
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