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IN THIS ISSUE
This Doorbell Is a Protest Anthem by Fareh Malik Don’t the windchimes sound likeshattering windows?This fireplace isa car ablaze in the street,every wall hanging, a picket sign.The carpet is still wet fromhoses and blood,K-9 slobber and tear gas, incense, condensation.You ask them,When did this stop […]
What Comes Up When You Think About Breonna Taylor? a collaborative poem created by Erin Binney, Jennifer Laurenza, Aprell May, Jasmin Rivas,Amy Stonestrom, & Erin Sadler Black and brown bodies hunted down. A book that changed my life: War Against All Puerto Ricansthe King of the […]
I Stand with You by Hayley Fife Growing up, I never imagined I would have to post #BLM to help fight for my Black friends. As an 18-year-old member of Generation Z, I didn’t think that in my lifetime, we would still be fighting for […]