A Provocation for Change

In Ta-Nehisi Coates’ Between the World and Me I found a sympathetic expression for the ideological frustration I had felt towards the platform on which racial discussion takes place in America. The fault of racial discussions does not lie in the premise from which a discussion takes place, nor are the subjects that are taken under [...]

The ACLU Ribbon

Celebrity “get togethers” have often been fueled as much by political activism lately as champagne. The 89th Academy awards were no exception with the American Civil Liberties Union making an appearance. The Oscars are a night of glamour and fantasy; a night for all people to feel as if they are walking on a freshly [...]

LGBT+World Today

In comparison to the rest of the world, the US is pretty lax when it comes to LGBT+ related laws. Same-sex marriage is legal, name changes are legal, and you’re not going to be (legally) killed for it. More than twenty states have laws against discrimination based on gender identity or sexuality. That said, we [...]