It has been 44 days since George Floyd was killed. Hopefully, you have made changes in your lives to help combat racial injustice. If you are not aware of what you should be doing, here are some things that should have happened in your life these past 44 days. But, it’s also never too late to start being a better ally.
We took to the streets urgently and ferociously post the murder of Floyd. Now, we have another battle to fight along with Black Lives Matter. The House have provided some black-led LGBTQ+ organizations to make change as easy accessible as possible.
It is week two of protesting civil rights since the death of George Floyd. Strides have been made, but we still have a long way to go. Now more than ever, it is important to educate yourself on racism and the history behind it. That is why, House's Hayley Allison has compiled another list of creative outlets to help you understand what is at stake for our country.
On May 25th 2020, George Floyd, an unarmed innocent black man, was killed by asphyxiation by a police officer in Minneapolis, Minnesota. The murder has sparked a worldwide conversation about racism, police brutality, and racism within the justice system. I have compiled a list of creative outlets (books, TV shows, and films) that can help in your education about racism.
Since being quarantined, we have had time to slow down our daily schedule and get lost in the world of reading. Picking up a book can seem a little daunting, but don’t worry. The House's very own, Hayley Allison, has a couple good books up her sleeve that may appeal to all different types of creators.
With the help of the dubious amounts of streaming services, the hunt for the perfect show to binge can be quite daunting. Luckily, we are here to inform you of the best TV shows that have been released in quarantine and the best to binge. Don’t worry, the House has something for everyone to help you escape from reality.
From the inside looking out, the world seems to be meek and distilled. People are clad with masks, walking six feet apart. Although, just because the world has paused outside does not mean creativity has paused inside.