True and successful activism must occur by creating systemic change and going against the status quo past the presence of social media.Read More
Sharpened with visceral anatomical and religious imagery, Lovelace’s poems brim with the power to pull at readers both physically and emotionally--an ability which mirrors the emotions and physicality of mothering that leaves readers to contend with the implications of these traumas.
According to the National Resources Defense Council, which mobilizes the support of partners, members, and activists to advocate for laws and policies that will protect the environment far into the future, women are disproportionately affected by climate change all over the world—including in the United States.Read More
We’re conditioned to believe that summer is synonymous with our public presentation and how we look, and that we have to reinvent ourselves in order to step out in a bathing suit.
Because of this large gap in information, minority individuals may not realize the ongoing symptoms of mental illness, which could lead to potential failure to recognize when to begin seeking assistance for managing it.Read More
The recent sociopolitical climate both domestic and abroad has all but completely destroyed the confidence most US citizens have in our safety inside the country -- especially those of us who are less privileged than your average Republican. Many have been looking to escape to safety in other countries like Ireland and quite a few of them consider the overturn of the Eighth Amendment to be the last of a series of hurdles to make the country ideal.Read More
While the diverse voices in the #MeToo movement spoke truth to power, this truth is all too often denied for college students. Reporting tactics and penal methods vary by schools, but as statistics show, administrative officials are failing their students in many ways.Read More