It’s not a coincidence that both barriers to the vaccine and abortion access have disproportionately affected communities of color. By Kylie Cheung Throughout the United States, many COVID vaccine appointments have been made available to everyone over the age of 16. By
BIPOC are dying at disproportionate rates despite shutdowns and it's clear why white supremacists want to reverse stay-at-home orders. They want us dead. By Lara Witt and Sherronda J. Brown Decked out in their ugliest American flag-themed outfits, right-wing, conservative, libertarian, fascist,
For Minority Health Month our reading list illustrates how settler-colonialism is an ongoing project dependent on ensuring that health inequities affecting BIPOC continue to thrive. April is National Minority Health Month. Like many different iterations of white supremacy and systemic oppression,
Despite the frustrations of electoral politics, there are people who have been working and will continue to work for the liberation of marginalized people With each passing day, it becomes more and more clear that electoral politics won’t save us—which I
When Miss USA, Kára McCullough, was so quick to dismiss and remove herself from feminism, it worked as both anti-feminist rhetoric and a showcase of her privilege. People were glued to their televisions over the weekend as the Miss USA 2017 Pageant aired.