Category: People

November 29, 2020 0

Paul Alan Smith Aids Prison Abolition Movement with New Book

By Stephen Callahan

The killing of George Floyd sparked mass outrage and protests this summer, laying bare many of the systemic issues with policing and criminal justice in this country. However, many activists have called for an expansion of the criminal justice reform debate beyond just the issue of policing to a related issue of importance — the U.S. prison system. A new book from Paul Alan Smith, Pen Pal, helps to touch on the issue of prison abolition through a series of letters written by a noted prison abolitionist, Tiyo Attallah Salah-El. read more

November 19, 2020 0

Elon Musk — the Most Talked Tech Genius in America and Globally

By Stephen Callahan

Born in Africa raised in America, Elon Musk has taken the media houses’ face for the longest time with his incredibly crafted pieces of tech. The success of Elon Musk started way back in his 20s, which saw him become a millionaire by selling his first startup Company commonly, known as Zip2. Additionally, his enthusiasm to revolutionize technology is growing every day and taking him to greater heights. He has launched several projects which have performed exemplary hence the success. read more

November 18, 2020 0

Jeff Bridges is suffering from lymphoma

By Stephen Callahan

Renowned actor Jeff Bridges is suffering from lymphoma. Jeff Bridges made a public post about his condition on his Twitter account (@TheJeffBridges) on Monday 20th October 2020. In his tweet, Bridges states that he was fully aware that lymphoma was a serious illness. He, however, went ahead to express confidence is his team of medical professionals and stated that the prognosis was good so far. Bridges said that he is scheduled to start treatment and he promised to ensure that his fans remain updated on his situation. read more

November 17, 2020 0

Dan Snyder: Franchise Owner and Community Advocate

By Stephen Callahan

Born in 1964 in Maryland, Dan Snyder got involved in business ventures at a young age. A budding entrepreneur as a teenager, Dan Snyder partnered with his father at the young age of 17 to sell bus-trip travel packages for Washington Capitals fans to watch hockey games in nearby Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Though he started college at the University of Maryland, Dan dropped out of college when he was 20 to run his own business. A truly self-made man, Dan Snyder has been an entrepreneur from the outset, allowing his passion for people, football, and the community to drive the path of his life. read more