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Allies and alienation

The last few years, I’ve spent a lot of time baffled and confused about many of the ways that activist communities talk to and about allies. 1,078 more words

#MySciComm: Priya Shukla on sharing the stories of marginalized scientists

This week, Priya Shukla responds to the #MySciComm questions!

Priya Shukla is an ocean and climate scientist based at UC Davis’ Bodega Marine Laboratory. She received her undergraduate degree in Environmental Science and Management at UC Davis and earned her Master’s in Ecology from… 1,435 more words

Inspiration

Feeling The Heat Of Majoritarianism: The Marginalized On The Edges

I regularly travel by trains hopping between Delhi & my home in Ranchi between semesters. Over the past four years since train travels turned a regular feature of my life, I’ve had multiple lively conversations with fellow passengers.  923 more words

On Society

A Life of Balance

Hey all, I’m having quite a few realizations whilst abroad. I’m grateful. The principal realization is that I surround myself with literature about social issues (e.g. 428 more words

Grenfell Tower: A Disaster Waiting to Happen by Graham Peebles

This is an excellent must read article on the factors behind the Grenfell fire and factors I often refer to as a part of Agenda 21/30. 382 more words

News

Diane Arbus: Describing the Loneliness that Shames Us

With the publication of two books and new gallery showings featuring photographer Diane Arbus, Hilton Als explores her work, writings, artistic motivation, and uncanny ability to capture on film the humanity of the “freaks” — the marginalized people — who were the subjects of her work. 308 more words

Nonfiction