A Difference

Poetry by Ayesha Tariq Ali Sometimes, I think, I’ve lived too long. Seen a thousand ships sink, But then one floats along. Days pass by, Without any hope. But then comes a tie, Which leads me to cope. Youth has no age, My experience echos. And so I turn a new page,...

A List of Thoughts

Poetry by Ariana Tyler A list of thoughts, beginning with the fact that tears and sweat taste the same. And the wondering if there is any reason sweat is considered the product of hard work and tears the product of weakness. Ending swiftly with the thought that in any...
The Superwoman Complex

The Superwoman Complex

Article written by Jherica Johnson The Superwoman Complex—the overwhelming compulsion for black women to defy and disprove statistics, societal norms and stigmas often at the expense of their own mental, physical or spiritual wellbeing. Ok, so I made that up. But I’m...
It’s Okay to Grieve Potential

It’s Okay to Grieve Potential

Article written by Alexander Rolle I recently looked at my 2020 goals that I scribbled in my Notes app in January…and I had to laugh out loud. If you’re anything like me, you came into the new year passioned with a mysterious desire to make this year your best one...

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