Krystle Hudson

About Krystle Hudson
Ms. Hudson is an author and filmmaker originally from Michigan who finds poetic imagery in challenging subjects, including her own life experiences. She formed a boutique publishing company to fulfill her passion to tell the “small person’s story.” She has a blog site, “Young Urban Voices,” and has written, directed and produced her first film, “My Mother Donna.”

No Justice for Ferguson


On Monday, November 24, 2014, the world awaited the outcome of a grand jury hearing on the murder of 18-year-old Michael Brown, who was shot down by Ferguson, Mo., police officer Darren Wilson. The verdict of this hearing, which was held to determine whether Wilson would be indicted for the shooting, was that Wilson would […]

Affordable Health Care leaves big holes in Oak Park


The goal of President Obama’s Affordable Care Act is simple enough: provide all Americans access to affordable, quality health insurance, and reduce the growth in healthcare spending. Unfortunately, some citizens of Sacramento’s Oak Park feel the new programs are anything but simple and comprehensive. Although many residents have medical insurance through governmental programs, multiple categories […]