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Black History Spotlight #4: Marsha P. Johnson

Marsha P. Johnson, trans activist and all-around personality, was vibrant, generous, kind-hearted, hilarious and a wholly singular person. She was also a gay and trans advocate from the 1960s until her death in 1992. 849 more words


#100Days100Poems Day 35 #TantrumTanka

For this return to #TantrumTanka, these found poems, with none to a little editing in some places, are compiled from direct quotes from Trumpet’s disastrous news conference from 16 February. 225 more words


Narrow-Minded: What bias tells us about how we think

Brains can do the most amazing things. They help us think about ideas, have interesting conversations, learn new dance moves, stay alive, and do all those other everyday activities we generally take for granted. 716 more words


Florescence | NON-FICTION

It’s been a while since my last post, which was a hazy love-letter to air travel. In retrospect, I look back upon it as being of somewhat dubious literary value, something more akin to what the British might call a… 392 more words


#100Days100Poems Day 34 The Return of #TrumptyDumpty

Today marks the return of our favorite nightmaresery rhyme character #TrumptyDumpty.

Trumpty Dumpty wanted to build a
           Y U G E wall.
Trumpty Dumpty wasn't successful… 173 more words

Black History Spotlight #3: Coretta Scott King

Our Black History Month spotlight series continues today with Coretta Scott King, a prominent activist for women and African-Americans, who just so happened to also be the wife of Martin Luther King, Jr. 662 more words