July 3rd, Bereavement for Parents Day

Written by Lauren Abrams, Contributing Writer July 3rd was Bereavement for Parents Day. Unfortunately, the experience of losing a child is more common than one might think and can manifest in different ways at different ages. About 50,000 children die every year (Rogers).  Psychologically, parents who lose children at middle age experience a maximum levelContinue reading “July 3rd, Bereavement for Parents Day”

Human Trafficking: What You Need to Know

Written By Miracle Hawkins, Contributing Writer 2/2/21 January is known as National Slavery and Human Trafficking Prevention Month. In 2007, human trafficking became recognized as a huge international crisis. During that time, the U.S. Congress agreed to create a bill that designated January 11th as the National Day of Human Trafficking Awareness. However, “Between 2008Continue reading “Human Trafficking: What You Need to Know”