Book Review: Jaz Santos vs. The World

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I gazed up at the luminous purple stars on my white ceiling and wished hard that I could be like one of them. I wished I could brighten the thickening darkness that was swallowing up my family. The Dream Team: … Continued

Book Review: The Magical Language of Others

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As the door closed behind me, I flooded with tears unlike ever before, not even during childhood. I let myself cry for no reason through the night and for those many nights long ago. The Magical Language of Others by … Continued

Book Review: Hood Feminism

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Any narrative that assumes women can be treated as a united voting bloc with no concern for race, class, or other factors is short-sighted and deeply misguided. The history of feminist politics has shown the dangers of ignoring the work … Continued