With the tension around 2020 elections, several Democratic candidates have come forward to pursue the U.S. presidency. One of these candidates, Kamala Harris, has stood out amongst others with her strong presence and fiery opinions. She has gained notoriety not only with being the first woman of color to assume a high political position but also by promoting and endorsing political figures of color.
In the game of chess the queen can move across the board any way she sees fit. It might be straight forward when she comes at you directly with no small talk and lets you know what time it is. Her approach could be diagonal when she moves right pass a barrier in order to get the job done. Sometimes she has to take a step backward return to the drawing board, and re-evaluate the plan.
No matter her direction, every step she takes, every move she makes is calculated and premeditated.
If you're from Atlanta, or any large city for the most part, you know that different parts of the city vary greatly from one another in culture, community, and overall vibe. In Atlanta, people would never claim that Buckhead is the same as East Point or that Little Five Points is the same as Midtown. Tony Cruvie recognizes this and wanted to give people the opportunity to rep their neighborhood with pride, no matter where they’re from.
Sometimes music just happens. In the case of pop singer Sigrid, the opportunity quite literally fell into her lap while studying in Norway. “I wanted to be a teacher, or I wanted to be a lawyer,” she told TIME magazine earlier this year. “I had very specific plans. But then music happened.”