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.

Two Men Convicted of Killing Malcolm X Get Exonerated Decades Later

After half a century of trying to clear their names, the two men who were convicted of the 1965 assassination of Malcolm X were finally exonerated.

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Aminé Drops New Project “TWOPOINTFIVE”

In the recent years, Aminé has proven himself to be an interesting and compelling voice in rap.

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Over Half of Americans say Biden is not Paying Attention to the Nation’s Most Important Issues, says CNN Poll

A year away from the 2022 midterm elections, a CNN Poll reports that 58% of Americans say that President Joe Biden has not paid enough attention to the nation’s most important problems.

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Travis Scott and Live Nation Sued Over Deadly Crowd Surge at Astroworld Festival

Travis Scott and other organizers of the Astroworld music festival in Houston are facing their first lawsuit over the tragic events that went down Friday night that left 8 dead and hundreds injured, Billboard reports.

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What the Aaron Rodgers Situation says About the Kyrie Irving Vaccine Issue

When news broke out about Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers testing positive for COVID-19 and is unvaccinated on Wednesday, it shocked the NFL and greater sports world. It was surprising to everyone since Rodgers had previously told the press in August that he had already been “immunized.”

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11 States File Suit Against Biden Administration over Business Vaccine Mandate

Attorney generals in 11 states filed suit on Friday against President Joe Biden’s administration over a new vaccine requirement for workers at companies with more than 100 employees.

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US Employers Add 531,000 Jobs, the Most Since July

A report from the Labor Department on Friday showed that American employers stepped up their hiring in the last month as they added 531,000 new jobs in October

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Despite the Odds, the Atlanta Braves Win their First World Series Since 1995

For most of the season, it just didn’t seem like it was their year. Though they came entered the 2021 season with legitimate championship aspirations, by July, they had bumbled their way to a 44-44 record.

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Supreme Court to Take Up Biggest Gun Rights Case in More than a Decade

On Wednesday, the Supreme Court takes up the most important gun rights case in more than a decade. Both sides hope that the outcome will help to clarify how much protection the Second Amendment provides for carrying a gun outside the home. 

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Children Can Now Get the COVID-19 Vaccine in the U.S.

On Wednesday, the United States enters a new phase in the COVID-19 vaccination campaign. In what is being hailed by health officials as a major breakthrough, COVID-19 shots are now available to millions of elementary-age children after 18 months of illness, hospitalizations, and disrupted education.

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Is “You” Even That Good of a Show?

It would be an understatement to say that Netflix’s “You” is a hugely popular show. With three successful seasons now and a fourth one on the way, the Penn Badgley starring thriller seems to be going strong with it not losing steam anytime soon.

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Why McDonalds Should Bring Back the Snack Wraps!

Let me set the scene for you: it’s 2016 and I just got out of school. I have after school extracurriculars and am unable to go home just yet. Once over, I had to find a place to chill and perhaps grab a bite to eat.

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