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What To Consider Before Filling Out The Census

During a chaotic time of shifting electoral politics and COVID-19, it’s good to look at the history of the census so you can make the best decision for yourself.  By William Lau Over the past couple of weeks, you might have noticed advertisements and infographics for the 2020 census. I’ve seen them everywhere from television...


The Convenient Erasure Of Women Of Color Sanders’ Supporters

Women of color who support Sanders have been erased despite being his most ardent supporters. This is rooted in a long history of voter disenfranchisement. By Nashwa Lina Khan Feminism like any theory and practice changes as it travels, it can also be weaponized to create reductive arguments that support the oppressions it intended to...


Black Hollywood Has a Black Patriarchy Problem

There’s no point to Black Hollywood if it’s gonna replicate the same structural oppressions that already exist in the entertainment industry at-large. The nominations for the 77th Golden Globes awards ceremony came out in December. And even more recently, nominations for the 92nd Academy Awards ceremony came out, roughly a week ago. And predictably, they...


Amy Klobuchar is Terrible For Black and Brown People

Amy Klobuchar is a white woman who will always have an active stake in white supremacy, as all white women do. By Gloria Oladipo In typical white women fashion, presidential candidate Amy Klobuchar is profiting off of Black oppression for her own personal gain. News broke earlier this month that Klobuchar had accepted donations from...


White Women Have Always Voted In Their Self-Interests

Williams is free to tell every white woman to vote in her “self-interest”, but white women’s self-interest will always spell disaster for the rest of us. Having white faves is a dangerous fucking game. And something about having that orange baboon in the office has made white folx…sloppier than usual. I was reminded of this...


The Criminal Justice System: Returning Citizens Share Their Perspectives

The loudest voices discussing the criminal justice system often aren’t the voices we should be listening to. Three returning citizens share their stories here. In September 2019, the 34th Lieutenant Governor of Pennsylvania, John Fetterman, stated plainly and clearly that his one goal for his term is to keep people from dying needlessly in prison....