Miranda Davis Miranda is a Graphic Design/Illustration student at East Stroudsburg University. She describes her work as “a love letter to the black community and an acknowledgment of the trials found within and how the absolute comfort of the privileged majority prevents a seat at the table for minorities”. Return to spring 2021 Table of Contents … [Read more...] about Do You Belong Here?
ROBERT JENSEN It’s getting harder for people in the United States to turn away from the sexism, racism, and inequality that is woven into the fabric of society. From the women’s march of 2017, to the ongoing protests against white supremacy in policing and other institutions, to the wider attention being paid to extreme disparities in wealth — the demand for justice … [Read more...] about Against Hierarchy
by Sakura Shinjo Abortion. The word with which no male need associate, and the medical procedure over which every female is shamed. Alabama, Georgia, Kentucky, Missouri, Mississippi, and Ohio this year alone have passed what many of us have heard as “fetal heartbeat bills.” But why be up in arms? They don’t explicitly ban abortion, right? In one way, females should … [Read more...] about Reproductive Rights Are About Everyone