Yay veganism! (kind of)

Hello all! First off, sorry for the long break. My depression tends to either breed productivity or suffocate it. Last month turned out to be the latter. Anyway I went vegan when I left for college in September so its time for the obligatory (mostly) pro-vegan post! Buckle up friends and lets get into it. … Continue reading Yay veganism! (kind of)

radicalize your new year’s resolutions

Happy New Year! 2019 starts tomorrow and there's an inevitable flood of "new year new me!" taking over the world. A word of caution though. New Years Resolutions, like everything else, are political. While I'm not really one for resolutions (after all change should be constant, not just for January), I'm looking at 2019 as … Continue reading radicalize your new year’s resolutions

The Beloved Community: Patrisse Collors and Richard Edmond Vargas

I took three things away from Patrisse Collors and Richard Edmond Vargas: community, intersectionality, and allyship. Community as both support system and a tool, intersectionality as a theory, and allyship as not an identity, but an active choice. In such an isolated, majority white, bubble, these are all things that we need to think about … Continue reading The Beloved Community: Patrisse Collors and Richard Edmond Vargas