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My mind is colonized and I notice it the most when I look in the mirror

My mind is colonized

When I look in the mirror I see two women.

The first is a beautiful woman. The second is a beautiful Black woman… 593 more words

Art ~ Poetry ~ Photography

Column: The OFW as a nationalist

Published on June 30, 2014.

In the eighth chapter of “Noli Me Tangere,” we see balikbayan Crisostomo Ibarra ride through “Manila’s busiest suburb” in a carriage. 946 more words

Newsstand: Column

6/27/2015- "Gay, Black, & PROUDLY Bittersweet"

Hey Mikey,

Yesterday was a really momentous event for people like me, but it was also a sad day for people like me as well. I am…

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Hey Mikey

A Stitch in Time - August 2013. Natalie, Dee, Jay and Em. #LoveWins

A Stitch in Time

Surrealism and cultural distortion are a day-to-day occurrences now. I first noticed the world shifting around me in the Summer of 2012. 2,701 more words

Creating

A Stitch in Time - Linda April / Jennifer & Camille July '13

A Stitch on Time

Surrealism and cultural distortion are a day-to-day occurrences now. I first noticed the world shifting around me in the Summer of 2012. 2,077 more words

Creating

The Racial Prism.

It is a peculiar sensation, this double-consciousness, this sense of always looking at one’s self through the eyes of others, of measuring one’s soul by the tape of a world that looks on in amused contempt and pity.

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