In order to find purpose and affirmation, Black artists rethink time and space as we know it to find a place for themselves.
You can stare at something for a decade and still not see it for what it is. Like, say, your therapist, whose charming spiritual community might be a cult.
Some non-believers are working to combat white male dominance within the movement and make room for everyone to explore secular community.
The way we describe ability and care has changed over the centuries, but my relationship with Kiddo doesn’t need to be defined.
One doesn’t have to look hard to find disheartening and downright offensive portrayals of sex workers on screen, but the conspicuous absence of friends feels particularly cruel.
As I’ve been continually erased by men, I’ve grown obsessed with remembering the women history forgot.
In Canadian schools, Black history is too often left off the curriculum. Small heritage sites are trying, despite the odds, to ensure the next generation hears these stories.
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