Like everything else, the government has privatised loss. The state bargains with death and leaves citizens to bleed while business deals are made with the fallen bodies. CW: Coronavirus, death, communal riots By Rohitha Naraharisetty The long and short of it is that,
Medical racism persists beyond historical fact to become current tradition, and inequalities can only be magnified by the circumstance of an emergency. How many more opportunities for widened healthcare disparity has COVID-19 given us? By Racquel Reid, MD As the population of
This pandemic has made me realize how much I took my friends for granted while searching for romance. I never would’ve thought that my craving for platonic touch could be more intense than the erotic. By Love Akinkunle The last person I
Train to Busan cautions us against what can happen when we don't care about other people, both personally and politically. It’s a reminder to actively practice empathy, especially when lives are at stake.
Introversion is not synonymous with isolationism, nor does it magically make us immune to the weight of what is currently happening in the world. "In our society, the ideal self is bold, gregarious, and comfortable in the spotlight. We like to