Djenne Dickens

Shattered Peace

Peace. Serenity. Warmth. The calm before the storm. A community built on faith, mutual respect, and love was violated on Saturday, October 27th, when a man entered a Jewish synagogue in Pittsburgh, murdering 11 people. He disgraced their place of worship, completely destroying the sense of safety the Jewish community felt in their celebration of faith. A Sabbath that started…

Celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month

September 15th, 2018, marked the first day of Hispanic Heritage Month, one of the many celebrations of culture we have here in the United States. The 15th is a special date which aligns with the independence of Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, and Nicaragua, while being very close to the dates of independence for Mexico and Chile. This celebration…

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