I also know what it’s like to struggle to live day to day, and so I’m a believer in making the most of what you have. Exotic plants and ingredients are certainly alluring, but what’s the point of learning to use them if you can’t get hold of them, for whatever reason? It just makes sense to use what you already have or is readily available.
[S]ince it has become increasingly clear that stocks, and even money itself, is entirely based on a perception of value, which is by nature subjective and mutable, the only question becomes how that perception of value is influenced? And who is doing the influencing?
Oppressing White People: No. But the Right sure likes oppressing non-white people.
Sophia Burns on the implications and context of Sephora's "starter witch kit"
Sophia Burns questions the impact of social media on radical organizing.
When you look at what is needed to slow down or stop Climate Change and the destruction of the environment that sustains human life, you get confronted with an awful reality.
On liberalism's crisis and its nationalist solution.
Folk magic belongs to the poor and dispossessed wherever that may be. It doesn't belong to any one people, isn't black magic or white magic. It's magic for the everyday. It's the magic of the people.
Sophia Burns argues that opportunism comes not from bad ideas, but from practical and contextual needs.