‘For Brown Girls’ Is a Revolutionary Letter to Women of Color (REVIEW)
Prisca Dorcas Mojica Rodríguez’s book is exemplary of the ways in which everyone has the ability to participate in revolutionary acts that drive change, but the real work begins within our communities, our households, and ourselves.
New Year’s Resolution: Save Our Schools From Violence (OPINION)
As a society, what measures are we taking to prevent future incidents of school-related violence, which harm our most vulnerable students, often already tackling barriers related to gender, race, and socioeconomic status?
‘Gentefied’: Shifting the Narrative on Immigration One Episode at a Time
In only two short seasons, the Netflix series ‘Gentefied’ makes a bold and well-founded statement that your country of birth does not define the identities you can claim and the rights you should be awarded.