Author archives: Kahshanna Evans

Roxanne Shanté

Not every woman facing adversity and looking to beat the odds of systemic profiling, marginalization, and the type of discrimination that robs select social groups of equal opportunity have access to 3.3 million marchers to execute well organized nationwide protests.  Especially in 1984 in the New York Queensbridge housing projects, a time when males large[...]

Meet Albert

In an era where 47% of American families say then cannot afford an unexpected $400 expense, according to the Federal Reserve the question looms as 2016 comes to a close: What do we do now? A recent presidential victory has exposed weakness in the accuracy of data prediction.  Not only has everyone been immersed into an utterly unpredictable time in hist[...]