On Fear: Wednesday, November 9, 2016

Anonymous Contribution This day happened before it even began: years of oppression, years of insults to women, people of color, to the LGBTQ+ community, to the disabled. All that hate. Materialized. Just like that. The morning after the election, I wore all black because I couldn’t think of anything better to wear. I passed by…

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Reclaiming Our Space

by Joyce Guo I’ll be honest–I wasn’t panicked when I saw the results of the election. I was shocked, confused, but perhaps because of denial or because of my own privilege I naively felt fine. The powers of the president are limited, I reminded myself. Congress is not going to approve a wall, Trump probably…

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