Tag: wealth

Scream of Consciousness

Scream of Consciousness

| March 17, 2017 | 7 Comments

“My grandmother would say I’m haunted. That’s Jamaican for preoccupied with too many things at one time. She doesn’t know how my consciousness screams,”

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Paying for Success: The Reality of America Today (Part 2)

Paying for Success: The Reality of America Today (Part 2)

| May 14, 2015 | 0 Comments

A post in two parts, “Paying for Success: The Reality in America Today” takes a look at the current condition of American society and how everything done within it is completely dependent upon wealth and income. Part 1 sets the scene, addresses the evident problem of financial inequality, and explains why it has occurred. Part 2 digs deeper and provides the perspectives and thoughts of prominent sociologists on this societal issue, while explaining, in a simple way, why this all makes sense.

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The Other Boston

The Other Boston

| November 1, 2011

What’s funny about Boston University is that they like to splash this slogan across the brochures that says “The city is your campus.” But if you’re an average BU student, you’ve probably seldom gotten off on the blue or orange line except to go to the airport.

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Born Into Fortune

Born Into Fortune

| May 17, 2010

We all are admittedly born into wealth beyond measure.  By being born in America we are guaranteed clean water (for the most part… thanks Boston) hot or cold, electricity at anytime, thousands upon thousands of foods at grocery stores and an array of civil liberties.  We all should obviously be thankful, thankful of the things […]

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