The United States is a country in political turmoil divided by race and ideology. While the recent presidential elections illuminated the divisiveness on a national level, the reality is that much of the turmoil is perpetuated within laws and legislation spearheaded on the local and state levels.
Indiana and North Carolina have enacted conservative laws, that many consider discriminatory toward the LGBTQ communities. Several southern states still fly the Confederate Flag alongside the American Flag at their respective capitals. The flag has different meaning to some, but there is no denying that it is representative of a group of government that fought for slavery and the continued oppression of a race of people. READ MORE