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Here We Are: Intersectionality for the Feminist World

These days, intersectionality is a word that buzzes around most feminist circles. People shout it loud and proud, “we’re intersectional!” I’ve sat in many meetings and conferences with fellow feminists – a brown face standing out against a sea of white – where this is the exact phrase that is uttered. “We are intersectional,” they… Continue reading Here We Are: Intersectionality for the Feminist World

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Get Out: Escape from Different Facets of Racism

Swooping in on the wave of increased awareness about black lives and issues following this year’s Oscars, comes the chilling and deeply disturbing horror/comedy Get Out. The film follows the story of Chris, an unsuspecting young black man who goes to visit his girlfriend’s parents’ home in the woods, only to find himself trapped in a… Continue reading Get Out: Escape from Different Facets of Racism

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Exposing Inhuman Treatment in Detention Centers

“I was handcuffed in the airport and that is the most heartbreaking thing for me because in my mind I thought people who were handcuffed were prisoners, people who have committed crimes, people who needed handcuffs. I was really distressed and I asked the officer not to do it because of the way I was… Continue reading Exposing Inhuman Treatment in Detention Centers