Malachi Mitchell

Malachi Mitchell

Bio: Malachi Mitchell is a recent graduate from Binghamton University with a degree in English with a concentration in Creative Writing. He has a passion for writing and creating things that inspire him and others. Malachi was born and raised in Queens, NYC and has deep pride for his city that he loves so much. He loves music, movies, television, basketball and analyzing all of them. He is growing a brand of his own and plans to become a visionary creative that the world has not seen yet.

The Golden State Warriors are Very Scary

Coming into the season, all eyes were on the Brooklyn Nets and the Los Angeles Lakers as they were they were the clear favorites to win it all this season. The Nets had something to prove after losing to the Bucks and the Lakers just added Russell Westbrook, a very…interesting choice. However, looming in the background was a team.

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Supreme Court To Take Up All-Or-Nothing Abortion Fight

It’s going to be a very high stakes showdown on Wednesday, as the Supreme Court will have to decide whether they will reaffirm the constitutional right to abortions or end it all together. Both sides are making it clear to the Supreme Court that there is no middle ground in this case.

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Fashion Designer Virgil Abloh Dies From Cancer At 41

On Sunday, the world was shocked to hear about the passing of Virgil Abloh, the artistic director of Louis Vuitton men’s wear and founder of his wildly popular brand, Off-White. It was announced to the world by the luxury group LVMH (Louis Vuitton Moët Hennessy) that he died in Chicago after a two-year battle with cardiac angiosarcoma, a rare cancer, at the age of 41.

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PSG Falls to Manchester City in 2-1 Loss

Paris Saint-Germain was defeated by Manchester City 2-1 in UEFA Champions League Group A on Wednesday.

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Houston Highway Project Sparks Debate Over Racial Inequity

Many are critiquing a $9 billion highway widening project that is being proposed in the Houston area due to the problems that could arise for that would mostly affect people of color.

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Dave Chappelle Visits His Old High School, Is Met with Mixed Responses

Dave Chappelle recently visited his former high school, D.C.’s Duke Ellington School of the Arts, to speak to the students in a Q&A session days before Thanksgiving.

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New York Giants Fire Offensive Coordinator Jason Garrett

It’s been another frustratingly ugly season for the New York Giants as they are currently 3-7 and they have now parted ways with offensive coordinator Jason Garrett after less than two full seasons.

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Biden Selects Women of Color to Lead White House Budget Office

On Wednesday, President Joe Biden announced that he is nominating Shalanda Young to lead the White House budget office and Nani Coloretti to serve as Young’s deputy.

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Number of Americans Applying for Unemployment Drops to Lowest Level in Over 50 Years

In another great sign of the U.S. job market rebounding from last year’s coronavirus recession, the number of Americans applying for unemployment dropped last week to the lowest level in over 50 years.

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Kamala Harris To Announce Investment in Health Care Workforce

Vice President Kamala Harris will announce on Monday that the Biden administration is investing $1.5 billion from the coronavirus aid package to address the health care worker shortage in minority and underserved communities, says AP News.

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Things Got Chippy at Last Night’s Lakers/Pistons Game

It was a very dramatic scene last night in Detroit as Pistons center Isaiah Stewart, with blood streaming down his face, had to be held back by multiple players as he furiously charged towards LeBron James to confront him. The altercation was incited by James after he struck Stewart in the face while he was boxing him out for a rebound during free-throws.

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Oklahoma’s Gov. Finally Grants Julius Jones Clemency Before His Scheduled Execution

On Thursday, Oklahoma’s governor, Kevin Stitt spared Julius Jones life just hours before he was scheduled to be executed. Jones story has drawn widespread outcry and protests over doubts about his guilt in the murder of a businessman over 20 years ago.

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