"pharmaceutical hacks all agreed selling heroin to children calmed them down helped them focus"
On being white and talking about racism. How to witness and learn from Afro-Brazilian stories of resistance, through lenses free from the objectifying effects of the white gaze.
The more I read what Aaron wrote, the more I realized that "What did he do?" is the wrong question. The right question is "Who is he?" Who is Aaron? Not who was he 13 years ago? Who is he now? If we are going to try to justify someone being locked in a cage, shouldn't that be the question? Not what did they do in the past? But who are they today?
Another white man's story... (From Pieter van Diepen)
Stories of the Jewish Diaspora, on being young and out of place within the Christian status quo. (From Adassa Kapolnai)
A Racefail Memoir (From Sajia Sultana)
Sophia Burns looks at gender roles on paper vs. in practice, and the division of labor underlying both.
A copy writer questions his role in the system after seeing the head of Brân the Blessed mouthing silent words at him over Tower Hill. (From Lorna Smithers)