Condé Nast. Have you heard that name? Do you know what it is? My first association was with my hometown, because it is the travel magazine that rated it the number one city in the United States. I always thought they were a bit rubbish and.
The environment in and surrounding Bates College is not “safe” for marginalized groups. Many of my friends of color here have experienced innumerable microaggressions and direct discrimination in social settings, while queer and trans.
In his book The Wretched of the Earth, Afro-Caribbean psychiatrist, philosopher, revolutionary, and writer Frantz Fanon breaks down the structural logic of colonial society. He says that “in the colonies, the official, legitimate agent, the.
Have you ever seen the viral social media post that says “#policychange for America?” It is a handwritten image with a line through “pray,” replacing it instead with “policy change.” I understand where this post.
After the recent hurricane, Puerto Rico is facing major resource devastation – shortages in water, electricity, and fuel being some of the most pressing in the recovery period. Being an island incorporated into United States territory,.
The universe is vast, to say the least. It contains innumerable textures, substances, and possibilities that extend beyond any human imagination. Vastness in this sense is difficult to comprehend, and most people don’t spend a lot of time.
On September 6, 2017, I made my way to the Office of Intercultural Education for a Welcome Back Event that was being hosted in the space. I’m not sure I can say I knew what to expect, but, at the very least, I predicted it would be a strange.
For those who don’t know, there is a prominent divide between students of color and white students on this campus. Of course, it’s not clear-cut, but it is absolutely there. Everyone naturally gravitates toward people that they feel more.