Martese Johnson, a black student at the University of Virginia, was unjustly arrested and assaulted by police under false charges. This, along with other instances all around the country, demonstrates the harsh prejudices that America still holds.
Two Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity students at the University of Oklahoma were recorded leading a racist chant and were later unfairly expelled from OU.
The calm nature of concerts is slowly but surely becoming diminished because of the extravagant and dangerous environment that encompasses the popular all-day festivals that teenagers attend.
Despite many warnings from parents and authorities, underage drinking still remains a top cause of teenage deaths for many reasons.
Constructive possession can still cause legal problems for minors, even without the actual consumption of alcohol.
Indiana’s Religious Freedom Restoration Act has allowed organizations throughout the state to discriminate against sexual orientation and gender identity, using their religious freedom as an excuse. This law, and similar ones across the country, ought to be changed or repealed.
There have been recent, major changes world-wide that have widened the window for same-sex marriage potential.
Passed down from previous generations, stereotypes and discrimination continue in society despite advancements.
It has been proven over and over again that vaccinations are saving lives.
As the number of school shootings continues to increase, the efforts made to prevent them have done nothing to stop the attacks.