educate, identity

Femicides, and How They Relate to Mexico’s Horrible Record of Missing People

It’s one of those things you don’t think will happen to you, or anyone around you. Until it does. 

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educate, identity, lgbtq+, lifestyle

Meet MASQ, a Healing Initiative That Centers on Masculinity, to Remove the Toxic Elements That Exist Within the Identity Today

by Fabliha Anbar For centuries, masculinity has always been synonymous with being powerful and determined. Men have been expected to aspire to fulfill masculinity by being “macho” and robust.  However, over time, the expression “toxic masculinity” has been taking the internet by storm as people are now analyzing masculinity and its relationship to violence and […]

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educate, identity, poetry

A Poem About the White Gaze and the Surveillance of Black, Indigenous, and People of Color: The Looking Glass

Read Tuli’s poem about the white gaze and how it leads to the surveillance of BIPOC persons. It voices how that surveillance serves as an apparatus of willfully ignoring humanity, effectively dehumanizing anyone in its path and depriving an individual of their unique history. Within this poem, the speaker critically analyzes the implications of that gaze and how it serves to victimize and deprive one of their person-hood.

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art, educate, identity, lifestyle

Meet the Radical Decolonial Feminist Punk Collective, Xingonas in the Pit!

Meet the radical brown womxn behind Xingonas in the Pit! Xingonas in the Pit is a D.I.Y. (do-it-yourself) decolonial feminist punk collective aimed at creating a network of safe radical music/art spaces in San Antonio. Their mission is to build safe spaces for marginalized artists to reclaim their identities, their art, and their collective liberation.

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