This article dives into the Diversity Conference presentation by Cori Wong on the conversation around whiteness.
Hosted almost entirely virtually, the Emmy awards were very unique not only because of their diverse nominees. As with all…
Cross-Cultural star Zendaya Coleman scored a much deserved Emmy award for her incredible performance in hit show Euphoria. Photo labeled…
Hispanic Heritage Month 2020 is celebrated in the United States from Sept. 15th through to Oct. 15th. It commemorates the independence of many Latin American countries from Spain. This year more than ever, however, I can’t help but reflect on what it means to be Latinx/Hispanic in these times.
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The foundation of this practice is unity: an unbreakable bond that connects you to everyone else, even though we seem so separate.
Your period is nature; beautiful, inspiring, natural. Reading this book will help uncover how periods have been kept in the dark, and by the end, you will find yourself closer to feeling The Moon In You.
At the tender age of seven, and before I even learned the language to name it, I had experienced the painful reality of racism.
As I reflect upon what it still means to be black, or a person of color in the United States of America (U.S.), I think about the sleepless nights I have experienced being concerned for my black and multiracial children (especially after we returned from living overseas).
Britain’s racism hasn’t disappeared; it’s just gone underground. When white is the status quo and anything‘other’ is exactly that, where do you go? For me, it’s Morocco.