I don’t like the Democrats beating up on each other during primary season. I don’t like name-calling or nitpicking past positions. For the most part,
You can’t expect change if you don’t want to disrupt power. If you fear disruption more than you fear what’s currently happening, apparently things haven’t gotten bad enough for you yet. Just wait. It will get worse.
On mothers day, I finished a detailed analysis of reproductive rights in the U.S. for my Berkeley Capstone. I reviewed the political and historical context,
This past week, amid the news of the abortion bans cascading state to state in America, my social media feeds filled with people telling their
Alabama’s anti-abortion legislation is the most radical ever, and yes, it matters even if you live in another state
What You Need To Know About Alabama’s Abortion Ban — And What Comes Next
You’re not crazy if you increasingly feel like we are all living in a flashback episode of The Handmaid’s Tale. You know– when the Hulu
Stacey Abrams is the rightful governor of Georgia. The person who stole her election just signed a heartless “heartbeat” bill into law, cruelly restricting access
The first time I heard of Cinco de Mayo was when I was about 8, and a white neighbor called it “national spic day.” That
I’m still shaking after hearing what that kid just said to me.
Had I almost become a statistic?
Men: We are not chapters in your redemptive arc. Stop victimizing us as a way to work out your trauma.
The women in these stories are collateral damage, and the purpose of their existence within these narratives is the opportunity they provide for men to grow and learn. The fact of those women’s suffering is at best a footnote.