For some people, the thrill of the chase makes life worth living, whether it’s a plane or boat stealing escapades from the one and only Colton Harris-Moore, also known as the Barefoot Bandit.
Since the beginning of the NFL 2017-2018 season, there has been an opinion divide among fans, critics and President Trump about some players protesting by taking a knee during our country’s national anthem. This silent protest was started last year by former NFL Quarterback Colin Kaepernick because of the injustices happening to Black people and other people of color in America. Kaepernick said:
I’m a huge fan of Investigation Discovery, and two weeks ago I came across a new show called Shattered. Shattered is about the impact of a crime, and what follows that life-changing collision. Connected by three different point of views, this original series explores how a crime forever alters the lives of those involved. Three lives, one crime, and no turning back.
Colin Kaepernick is an American football player and former Quarterback of the San Francisco 49ers. During a preseason game in 2016, he sat down during the playing of our country’s national anthem, “The Star-Spangled Banner.”
On August 24, I came across a music documentary called Bad Rap on Netflix, and it’s about young Asian-American rappers striving for success in the entertainment world of hip-hop music.
Darryl C. Richie is an inspirational speaker and author looking to inspire with my story of being a two-time cancer survivor. Audiences can expect to hear and read how I connect my experiences and realities to the digital world of the inFAMOUS videogame franchise and superhero Cole MacGrath.