I’m a high schooler in Portland, and have grown up in this city my…
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How to Make the Most of a Virtual Therapy Session
And some Instagram resources to shore up your mental health, if therapy isn’t an option right now.
Upcoming Docuseries Explores Movements in Black Midwifery
The practice of Sankofa—reclaiming our story and carrying our ancestors forward with us—is a collective responsibility. In doing this vital work, Legacy, Power, Voice is a grassroots labor of love.
“How can I trust them?”: Inside Black Americans’ very justified vaccine skepticism
“How can you say you care to cure someone when you didn’t care enough to protect them from it in the first place?”
“A devastating betrayal”: Muslim Pro’s data-sharing highlights the constant surveillance of Muslims
“We must then consider, as we move full-steam ahead towards continued globalization with Silicon Valley leading us, the ways in which our very existence is publicized and the consequences that brings.”
#WhiteCoatsForBlackLives — Addressing Physicians’ Complicity in Criminalizing Communities
“As more Americans call for the destruction or reformation of the criminal legal system, we should voice full-throated objections to policies and practices that increase the likelihood of entry into the carceral system through health care institutions.”
Voting is Not Enough
This year, my daughter turned 19. For the first time in her life, she’ll…
We Are the Flare
The house erupted faster than it should, but that’s the trouble with dancing on somebody else’s hurt.
These Black and brown Americans explain why not voting is their chosen act of resistance
“I refuse to vote for someone just because they’re not Trump.”
5 Black women imagine what true justice for Breonna Taylor would look like
“How have these institutions — which detain, surveil, and brutalize Black women and children just like Taylor and Jones — become our measurements for justice?”