Saschael Carter

Saschael Carter

Bio: Saschael Carter is a recent graduate from Howard University with a degree in English and a concentration in creative writing. She was born and raised in NYC and is a New Yorker to the core. She spends her free time writing short stories, novels, and poetry, having picnics in the park, and practicing Muay Thai and Jiu-jitsu. Her goal is to be a best-selling author and live in at least six other countries.

AOC ‘Tax the Rich’ Fashion line

This week is all about Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez. First was her Met Gala dress, then her bill proposal for extended unemployment benefits, and now her line of ‘Tax the Rich’ merchandise.

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AOC Introduces New Bill to Extend Covid Relief as 322,000 New Americans Are Jobless

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, otherwise known by her initials AOC, plans to introduce a bill that proposes the extension of unemployment benefits. She announced her plans during a virtual town hall on Tuesday.

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Poverty Rates in the U.S. Dropped Last Year Due to Pandemic Relief Aid

Despite the havoc it created across the United States and the world, there is one more benefit that the Corona pandemic brought to the country. The U.S. Census reported on Tuesday that throughout the entire pandemic, the poverty rate declined in 2020 due to the stimulus checks from the government.

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Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez vs. The Met Gala

Two days ago, on September 13th, one of fashion’s biggest nights took place in New York City. The Met Gala is a fundraising benefit for the Metropolitan Museum of Art when the world’s most prominent actors, musicians, athletes, designers, models, and Hollywood stars convene for dinner and light conversation.

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Baby Keem Is The Next Prominent Artist and Here’s Why

On September 10th, Baby Keem released his latest studio album, “The Melodic Blue,” a sixteen-track project that spans fifty-four minutes where he demonstrates his artistic range. This is his third studio album and first full-length piece of work since he gained popularity with the song, “Orange Soda.”

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What do teams need to do in order to win The Champions League?

The first round of The UEFA Champions League for the 21/22 season begins today with the matches featuring F.C. Barcelona vs. F.C. Bayern Munich, F.C. Chelsea vs. F.C. Zenit, and F.C. Manchester United vs. BSC Young Boys.

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The Worst Fashion Week Show

It is the most magical time in New York City… Fashion Week! When models and celebrities flock to the Big Apple for a week of runway shows, parties, and the increased likelihood of being bombarded by paparazzi for a candid shoot.

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The Newsom Recall. What does it mean for the rest of the country?

California is one of 20 states that allow for gubernatorial recall. On Tuesday, the people of California will head to the polls to decide if Governor Newsom should remain in office or if he should be recalled.

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Is Toni Morrison The Most Significant Female Writer to Date?

In a literary world dominated by Maya Angelou, Margaret Atwood, Chimamanda Adichie, Zadie Smith, and Raven Leilani, they continue to leave their marks within the community. Toni Morrison is the most significant female writer to date.

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The White House Forces Trump’s Military Academy Board Appointees to Resign

On Wednesday, White House secretary, Jen Psaki, confirmed that the Biden Administration asked 18 military academy board members appointed by the Trump Administration to resign or be fired. Cathy Russell, the White House Personnel Office director, sent letters to the 18 personnel who formed parts of the board of visitors for Air Force Academy, Military Academy, and Naval Academy.

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Astrology, Where Did All the Hype Come From?

If you observe a conversation between two Millenials or two Generation Zs, there is one thing that is sure to come up, astrology. This generation’s new way of getting to know someone comes in the form of two questions: the blunt, more straightforward option, what’s your sign?

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Why is Antoine Griezmann Performing Better For Country than Club?

The saga of Antoine Griezmann’s lack of productivity at F.C. Barcelona has been a constant topic of conversation since his transfer from Atletico Madrid in 2019. Despite the promise he showed at Atletico Madrid with a ratio of between .47 and .60 goals per game while at F.C. Barcelona the highest ratio he has achieved has been .37.

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