Yesterday I wrote about feminism’s ultimate goal: equality. But after reading J.W. Orderson’s novella Creoleana and short play The Fair Barbadian and Faithful Black… 595 more words
Tags » Classism
The current generation of 20-somethings, 30-somethings, and 40-somethings—Millennials into Gen X—are stuck in the rotation of an old model of corporatism and systemic hierarchies that are progressively outdated. 621 more words
Society has a tendency to write off working class neighborhoods as lacking in creativity and artistry. Are we missing something?
Vernacular architecture is that which uses local construction materials to create structures that fulfill local needs and reflect local traditions, rather than shipping in materials and designs to create something more cosmopolitan. 781 more words
if your derby hat was on fire
i would douse it
When’s the last time you heard a song in the Top 40 charts that was honest about the nature of financial struggle? Honest about how much it can suck to be a person trying to do something creative with their life and realizing that there’s a million easier, safer paths; honest about how tempting it is to pack it all in and get a job at a bank or a call centre? 962 more words