Did you know that the United States unofficially had a woman as President? A woman who had to take charge, help make decisions, and represented the United States people in their times of need. America’s First Lady, Edith Wilson, is our unofficial, first woman President.
Due to the low birthrate that China is currently seeing, they are encouraging Chinese women to have more children to stave off the demographic rates. In Xinjiang, China, many Muslim ethnic minorities face extreme punishments if they have any more children. These women, forced to
Immigrant business owners that have come to the U.S. can find it challenging to start their own companies or small businesses. This article will outline the specific types of visas available and the financial services for immigrants to start their entrepreneurial businesses. Knowing what to
The first 100 years of Conflict: The Ottoman Empire ruled over what is now known as Southeastern Europe, Western Asia, and Northern Africa for over 700 years. At the end of World War I, the British took over the area known as Palestine after the
Diversity: we see it everywhere globally, the streets we walk down, the neighborhoods we live in, and even in our families and ourselves. It helps bring differences, interests, and experiences from all walks of life together. Diversity should be an inclusive entity that uplifts communities
June is Pride month which means that every major city will be honoring its LGBTQ+ community members and celebrating! Pride is such a fun and exciting time, where we can come together and commemorate the Stonewall Uprising, the protests in response to persistent police brutality on
Across the country, people are celebrating American Asian Pacific Islander Month by embracing their local communities, the local businesses and, most important, their restaurants. Eateries that have been started by members of the AAPI community have made an impact on their local communities and cities;
Many influential non-fiction writers have written about their accounts of immigrating to the United States, the societal struggles when assimilating and their uprooted lives, and the unfair stereotypes they have to deal with. Senator Ilhan Omar, poet Hernandez Castillo, and author Monique Grandy are three