Sally Nnamani
Sally Nnamani

International Development grad student at The New School. Interests: immigration policy, sustainable development, private sector development, public-private partnerships. Post-Rio+20 intern at International Chamber of Commerce. Sports lover - basketball, track & field, gymnastics oh and Lebron James!!

Jan. 28, 2013

Immigration Reform 2013: Bipartisan Effort Offers Pathway to Citizenship

On Sunday, a bipartisan plan for immigration reform was released to the public. There is political momentum in Washington to make it happen, but two factors may make or break the deal.

Dec. 27, 2012

The Top 5 Politicians In the Pocket of the NRA

A list of five politicians who should be held accountable for supporting the NRA and its erroneous attitude towards America’s gun problem
Dec. 6, 2012

Immigration Reform: GOP Push for STEM Act Will Not Save the Party

Addressing immigration humanely would attract liberal voters to the GOP. But if policies do not provide a pathway to legalization, the larger Latino constituency may be less likely to bend.
Nov. 6, 2012

Elections Results LIVE UPDATE: In the Midst of the Uncertainty, Obama is Slowly Chipping Away in Florida

Follow along live for the latest presidential election results from the state of Florida.
Oct. 28, 2012

Angel Haze Cleaning Out My Closet Video Review: Hip Hop Reinvented With Raw Humanity

Like Frank Ocean, Angel Haze is a balanced approached to a new way of making hip-hop music.
Aug. 22, 2012

Condoleezza Rice and Darla Mooreare the First Ladies of Augusta National Golf Club: Why This Is Not Progress

At a time when women represent one of the fastest growing segments in both playing and following the game of golf, this decision is certainly decades late.

July 28, 2012

NASCAR Dale Earnhardt Receives $26.5M in Sponsorships From US Military, No Wonder the Defense Budget 2012 is Soaring

Given the current trillion-plus dollar deficit, should the military have access to the same sports marketing platforms as other leading brands?
June 25, 2012

SCOTUS SB 1070 Decision: Major Portions of Arizona Immigration Law Struck Down

Should the SCOTUS approve the legality of SB 1070, the decision will raise crucial questions about policy responsibility and enforcement between states and federal governments.
June 25, 2012

Supreme Court Arizona Immigration Decision: SCOTUS Strikes Majority of SB 1070

Obama's executive action addressing immigration policy has strategically shaken up the political landscape that will either cost or seal the deal for him in November.
May 24, 2012

What Caused the Minority Baby Boom?

Before the anti-immigrant groups in the United States propagandize the rising minority birthrate, the emergence of this new majority must be unpacked and understood.
April 28, 2012

Why the Supreme Court Should Uphold Arizona's Immigration Law to Spark Real Immigration Reform

Ironically, if the Court deems SB 1070 constitutional, it may finally provide the spark for real, comprehensive federal immigration reform.

March 27, 2012

Are Madonna and George Clooney Helping or Hurting Gay Rights Across the World?

Celebrities involved in causes pertaining to the global gay community carry good intentions in speaking out and raising awareness. However, does their involvement do more harm than good?
March 19, 2012

Puerto Rico Primary Sparks Debate: Should English Be the Official Language of the United States?

America is a nation that prides itself on tolerance and its multicultural heritage, so a decision to pass English language legislation is unwarranted.
March 13, 2012

Michael Bloomberg, American Apparel, and the Top 5 Leaders on Immigration Reform

With many stakeholders involved, immigration reform is imminent and here are five key players that are leading the way.
Feb. 3, 2012

Mitt Romney, Newt Gingrich, and the GOP Candidates are Anti-Immigrant

The GOP candidates are playing off the idea that illegal immigrants are criminals, freeloaders, and “job stealers,” rhetoric that is popular within the GOP base.
Jan. 23, 2012

Occupy Nigeria: A Possible Leap Towards Reform in a Fractured Country?

Through the use of protests and a national strike, Nigerians who are normally divided across ethnic, religious, and class lines rallied under one voice in an effort to eliminate corruption.

Jan. 20, 2012

Newt Gingrich a Crowd Favorite, Ron Paul Sidelined at the Republican Debate

After an exciting day in which Rick Perry dropped out of the race and Rick Santorum was pronounced the winner of Iowa, the Final Four took center stage in the state of South Carolina.
Jan. 5, 2012

New Year's Resolutions for Barack Obama, Goodluck Jonathan, OWS & Global Political Actors

Here are some New Year's resolutions for several political actors that would promote security and stability.
Nov. 22, 2011

Despite State Immigration Reforms, We Still Need a Federal DREAM Act

State legislatures are increasingly passing their versions of immigration reform, but these measures are not nearly as effective as a federal DREAM Act.
Oct. 31, 2011

Government Should Fund NOAA and Marine Research, Not NASA Space Research

Given that 95% of the underwater world remains unexplored and the space program has experienced little to no progress in recent years, government funding for space research should take a back sea