“Why didn’t She Report”

In light of the recent confirmation by Attorney General Leticia James investigation into the sexual harassment allegations by former Cuomo staffers of an incredibly hostile workplace for women, I wanted to write about some of my own perspectives of being a young woman in politics and having to navigate the largely male-dominated industry and whatContinue reading ““Why didn’t She Report””

With Old Battles Ending, New Ones Threaten the United States and it’s Asian Partners

With the announcement from the Biden administration that it will be formally ending combat operations in Iraq by the end of 2021, the United States has shifted it’s focus to combatting the COVID-19 virus in much of the world that hasn’t been vaccinated. With the withdrawal of U.S. troops from Afghanistan, we are seeing theContinue reading “With Old Battles Ending, New Ones Threaten the United States and it’s Asian Partners”

New York’s Redistricting Hearings are coming up: Here is what you need to know

Last year, presented unprecedented challenges in getting New Yorkers -and the rest of the United States- counted in the U.S. Census. With the Trump Administration ending the Census count ahead of schedule, we were scrambling to make sure that we have an accurate count. The census is conducted every ten years and is meant toContinue reading “New York’s Redistricting Hearings are coming up: Here is what you need to know”

The Supreme Court’s Stamp of Approval on Restrictive Voting Rights

Washington D.C., — The Supreme Court today released two decisions as it closed out it’s session. One was about voting rights in Arizona and the other a case about the influence of money in American politics. For all their talk about cancel culture and the inability for conservatives to have the microphone, the right-wing isContinue reading “The Supreme Court’s Stamp of Approval on Restrictive Voting Rights”

The Brooklyn Democratic Party Is Ranking Democracy Last

In more recent years, the Brooklyn Democratic Party has been limiting the ability of progressive wing and the rising generation of Brooklyn Young Democrats to make democracy more transparent and to bring everyone into the political process. It goes directly against the attempts by the younger generation to define politics for what they think itContinue reading “The Brooklyn Democratic Party Is Ranking Democracy Last”

Cuomo’s Dirty Politics Trickles Down to the Queens Democratic Party & other political clubs as well. Here’s how.

The scandal that is engulfing the Cuomo Administration right now in New York is borne out of a long standing ‘boys club’ culture in politics, that creates harassment OKAY zones and prevents meaningful change from happening. I’ve been active in politics for the past 11 years of my life now. I started organizing in RichmondContinue reading “Cuomo’s Dirty Politics Trickles Down to the Queens Democratic Party & other political clubs as well. Here’s how.”

The American Rescue Plan and QGop

Imagine having the ganas to go home and ask minimum wage workers to support you after going back on your own documented stance to help crush their biggest chance at a wage hike during their longest drought of wage increases since the law’s very inception. Sin vergüenza. Representative aoc on twitter The American rescue planContinue reading “The American Rescue Plan and QGop”

The Women’s Movement inside the Farmers Protest

The farmers protests has officially entered it’s 100th day. Over 100+ farmers have either died by suicide or natural causes. On International Women’s Day, we saw the massive movement of Kaurs, who have been agitating alongside the farmers, show up in force. Women protesting against new farm laws on occasion of International women’s day atContinue reading “The Women’s Movement inside the Farmers Protest”

Lessons to be Learned from the Bengal Famine and the Contemporary Farmers Movement

In the first “hiccup” between two heads of states in two countries – The United States and the United Kingdom- over a bust of Prime Minister Winston Churchill that was removed from the office to place Cesar Chavez -a Latin American labor leader- I couldn’t help re-examine the history of racism of the United Kingdom,Continue reading “Lessons to be Learned from the Bengal Famine and the Contemporary Farmers Movement”

Joesph R. Biden is Officially President.

When watching today’s inauguration and the speech given by Joesph R. Biden when he was officially sworn in as President, I couldn’t help but think about this quote: “A house divided against itself cannot stand,”  Abraham Lincoln President Biden faces the daunting challenge of bringing together a country, that two weeks ago began to understandContinue reading “Joesph R. Biden is Officially President.”