Tobili Hatcher

Tobili Hatcher

Bio: Tobili Hatcher is a recent graduate of Case Western Reserve University where she earned her degree in International Studies and Marketing Management. Currently, she's a graduate student at Cleveland State University working towards her Masters of Business Administration. When she's not writing or in class. she can be found exercising or re-watching Gossip Girl for the umpteenth time (Blair is her favorite character). Tobili's passionate about fashion, visual merchandising, music and traveling. In her spare time, Tobili volunteers at her local church as a youth group teacher and food bank volunteer.

Increasing unrest unfolds in Myanmar amidst protests

Protests in Myanmar have become increasingly bloody as the country’s citizens continue to fight against last month’s military coup. On March 4, 38 protesters were killed by Myanmar’s security forces. A United Nations envoy called it “the bloodiest day” in Myanmar since its military ousted the elected government of leader Aung San Suu Kyi.

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Former Trump State Department aide Federico Klein arrested and charged for involvement in Capitol riot

Federico Klein, a former State Department aide appointed by former President Trump, has been arrested by the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) and charged for his involvement during the January 6 Capitol riots. According to an FBI report, Klein was arrested in Virginia on Thursday, March 4.

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South Korea’s first transgender soldier, Byun Hui-soo, found dead

South Korea’s first transgender soldier, 23-year-old Byun Hui-Soo (변희수), was found dead in her home on March 3 by the Sangdanggu National Mental Health Center. Although the cause of her death has yet to be confirmed, sources have confirmed that Byun committed suicide in her home sometime during late February. …

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House passes The George Floyd Justice in Policing Act

On Wednesday, March 3, the House passed a police reform bill that would ban chokeholds, prohibit no-knock warrants, and overhaul qualified immunity for officers. It would also establish a national registry of police misconduct to be managed by the Department of Justice, which would be huge in eliminating ‘bad apples’ from the police force.

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6 Dr. Seuss books will no longer be published due to racist imagery

Dr. Seuss Enterprises (DSE) announced that it will cease publication of six books by the late author due to racially insensitive imagery in their illustrations. The business that preserves and protects the author’s legacy released a statement that said the books in question “’portray people in ways that are hurtful and wrong’ and said ending their publication was part of the company’s efforts to preserve the late Theodore Geisel’s legacy.”

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Hatcher: March 2021 Fitness Goals

Last month, I had a great time sharing my fitness goals with you, the reader. Therefore, I will be continuing this trend, and I am excited to share what I’ll be working on during the month of March. February set a great foundation in terms of correcting some dietary habits and needs, getting into strength training, and overall resetting my energy to what’s the most important to me health and wellness wise.

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Gossip Girl: What I love about the original and what I can’t wait to see in the HBO Max reboot

Anyone who knows me knows that I essentially eat, sleep and breathe Gossip Girl. Like quite literally, I could be in a coma and hear the Gossip Girl opening sequence and immediately come to. Which is why I can’t wait to set my eyes upon HBO Max’s reboot of the original CW series. Ever since the reboot was first announced way back in 2019, it’s all I can think about.

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February 2021: BHM Round-up and fitness check in

As promised, during the month of February I have been keeping tabs on all things Black history and embarked on some new fitness goals. Over the last 25 days, I’ve celebrated being Black for myself and accomplished some pretty fun things both in and outside of the gym. I’m excited to share some of my favorite Black History Month finds and update you all on my fitness journey!

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Tobili Hatcher’s
March 2021
Playlist

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House Passes Historic Equality Act Bill

The House of Representatives voted on Thursday, February 25 to pass the Equality Act, which will ban discrimination against people based on sexual orientation and gender identity. Having this bill pass through the House of Representatives is the first step to getting the bill signed into law.

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Celebrating Black Authors: Lauren Lumpkin

Over the past month, I have done my best to highlight both famous and up-and-coming Black authors, writers, and editors to show the plethora of talent within the writing field and the Black community. Today, for my last installment, at least for the month of February, I will be featuring one of my favorite education journalists and someone I’m proud to call a dear friend, Lauren Lumpkin.

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Remembering Prince Markie Dee

Prince Markie Dee, founding member of The Fat Boys and prominent radio host, has died in Miami at the age of 52. The cause of his death is still unknown; however, it has been reported that the rapper had a history of previous heart issues.

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