Make No Mistake

Home lies in the wrinkles on the corner of my father’s eyes, In the tremor and resonance of his quaking belly in response to his own jokes. It shines and captivates through my mother’s smile, Protests in the deep caramel tone of her arms that nursed me. Minutes and hours of commodified work, Entire revolutions…

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Donald Trump’s Cabinet of Horrors

by Azaria King Donald Trump has been busy… and so have his supporters. Since his electoral win on November 8th, the spike in hate crimes has risen substantially, neo-Nazi’s have become bolder and have held an actual conference.Trump has shown that he will truly be the person he was during his campaign should he hold…

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Mariposas and Picket Signs

by Emily Almendarez Last Thursday night, the New Haven Green reasserted itself as a home for displaced individuals facing rough times in their lives. With its bald patches of grass, the New Haven Green stood in stark contrast to Yale’s lavish buildings just across the street. Led by their desire to defy the hegemonic ideologies…

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Reflections on Angel Island

by Gregory Ng I love Asian America. It is where I learned that I could belong in America after coming from Singapore. It is where I learned about the resilience of immigrants and the children of immigrants, making their way in a country that did not want them. It is where I can look at…

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