Why I am society

If you’re reading this, I am so glad you’re here. I also hope that eventually, you will feel the same way.

I am society is a blog created to help us make sense of the world around us, embracing the love and silencing the hate through discussion. We can’t always agree, but there’s so much more to gain than just agreement.

We won’t always understand what’s going on in the world, but telling our stories is one of the best ways to begin to try.

So, what can you expect from this blog?

•Free thought
•Encouraged discussion, and hopefully, change.

This is for the overly-stereotyped Millenials ready to check-out when it comes to politics, and the Millennials with so much to say who aren’t sure where to start.

We are society and it’s time to be the change, right here and right now.

I am society


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