Resources for white people to educate themselves on anti-racism.
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Everything deflated like a balloon. That’s what it felt like to be broken up with. It wasn’t devastating. My identity remained unaltered in her absence, but the air went out. … Continue reading In Defense of Your Ex
I can be a bull in a china shop. That can lead to power struggles.
Moments way before this one stung with my loneliness. My entire adolescence, the wake of disappointments in college, the year I moved to another city and it didn’t work out. … Continue reading Notes on Loneliness
Every event is a numerator of 1. The summation of everything you’ve lived through is the denominator.
Gen Z, Everything sucks for you right now. You’re not wrong or being young or dramatic. Honestly, it’s sucked for you all for a while. I’m your big sister by … Continue reading Hey Gen Z– a Letter from your big sister
The world is facemasks and ventilators. We are a globe of 7 billion six feet apart. CDC updates roar in as the US leads the COVID 19 virus totals. Busy … Continue reading Privilege in a Pandemic
I ignored that loss, never grieved someone whose existence I never acknowledged.
Robert Frost was right. An essay on disappointment, persistence, and why.