Play, pleasure, and rest aren't considered vital to our livelihood because labor to maintain capitalism is framed as our fundamental purpose. By Kendriana Washington For centuries, free will and its playfulness have threatened conventionality and stirred fear in the seat of power.
White women have not so much shoved themselves into the spotlight as strived to take over the role of the light technician and the bulb itself. On September 3, 2020, author and professor Jessica A. Krug—who had frequently gone by the
Accountability is much more than getting one person removed from their position of power. It requires rooting out systemic oppression from the workplace. By Rachel Jones As the movement for racial justice sparked by the killing of George Floyd continues, many companies
The Jessica Krugs of the world get carried through the doors of houses that tell us we are too angry, aggressive, and not accomplished enough to enter. By Vanessa Rochelle Lewis Women like Jessica Krug and Rachel Dolezal—fraudulent white women who pretended
Chadwick Boseman did not yield. But he deserved a world that would’ve let him yield. He deserved a world that would’ve loved him if he did. "I never yielded! And as you can see: I am not dead." Chadwick Boseman died on