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The Parisian Homeless Fight Against a New Foe, the Summer Olympics

By: Kostika Kosova On September 13, 2017, the International Olympic Committee officially designated Paris as the host city of the 2024 Summer Olympics. One would think that being chosen to host the Olympics would be looked upon favorably considering that the bid itself cost the city somewhere between fifty and one hundred million dollars. Viewers […]

West of the Grove, Left out of International Human Rights

Kiana Courtney – Nestled in the city of Miami is the neighborhood of Coconut Grove. Before the City of Miami was incorporated, Bahamians established the neighborhood, making Coconut Grove the oldest neighborhood in the City. Black Bahamians built this community and inhabited the western portion of Coconut Grove, also known as Village West or the […]