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No Redlined Coffee: An Unapologetically Feminist Bookstore Thrives in Brooklyn

Everything about Kalima Desuze’s buzzworthy haven radiates with intention. Read more »

There Goes the Neighborhood: Can YIMBYs Reverse the Impact of Gentrification?

In cities with crunched markets, many people still can’t afford to buy or rent. Read more »

We All Gotta Eat: “Atlanta” and the Illusive Boundaries of Fame

What happens when your face becomes currency that you can’t benefit from? Read more »

Indigenous People Have Already Been Harmed By "America’s Harvest Box"

A lack of nutritious food options has deep impacts on Native American health. Read more »

Don’t Get Comfortable: Culture-Jamming Cardi B and “Bodak Yellow”

A liberatory reading of “Bodak Yellow” as an anthem of anticapitalist femme revolution Read more »

President Ebenezer Scrooge: “A Christmas Carol” Offers a Valuable Lesson This Holiday Season

Donald Trump hasn’t grappled with the messages of any ghosts. Read more »

The Price of Activism, According to Teen Vogue

If activism continues being commodified, it will drown out the voices of those who are actually fighting for marginalized people. Read more »

“Anne With An E” Shows The Impact of Poverty on Young Girls

Anne is optimistic because her ability to see the bright side of life is the mechanism she has developed to survive poverty and abuse. Read more »

The Fragility of Solidarity: Family History and Political Identity

Easier to blame POC “identity politics” than anti-Blackness or wages of whiteness. Easier to fall in line with the new president than to resist. Read more »

A Modest Proposal for a Fair Trade Emotional Labor Economy: (Centered by Disabled, Femme of Color, Working Class/Poor Genius)

Imagine if we were respected for our care labor, but also allowed to be more than our care labor. Read more »

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