Much of the conversation and advocacy surrounding anti-Asian racism has failed to connect it with anti-Blackness, and has itself been mired in carceral and anti-Black thinking. By Jordana Allen-Shim Since the COVID-19 pandemic began, there has been a massive spike in documented
The absence of media reporting on violence against queer and transgender Ghanaians dismisses the realities of harm that the community experiences and sustains a narrative that we are not human. By Anima Adjepong Ghana prides itself on being one of the friendliest
Heartbreakingly, the spirit of Haitian independence has been replaced by a menage of new ways that white powers attempt to reassert their grip on my homeland. When I was younger, the new year always began with a trip to my grandmother’s.
Many of our deep-seated beliefs about food and consumption are rooted in fatphobia, racism, classism, ableism, misogyny, and more. Food is political because food is ultimately about our survival. It's a substance we need to live, but we should also be
The many arbitrary SARS arrests and harassment of queer Nigerian youth confirm bias towards and targeting of the queer community in Nigeria’s police system. By Conrad Johnson-Omodiagbe For queer people living in Nigeria, the chances of experiencing violence—and in some cases, death—at