August marks National Back to School month, and in honor of that annual rite of passage, we are highlighting Kyle Schwartz’s debut work, I Wish My Teacher Knew: How One Question Can Change Everything for Our Kids.
“being called a chingón or chingona still holds those colonial and patriarchal insinuations: that you are acting like a parentless-or more specifically a fatherless-child….To be called a chingona is to be considered an unclaimed person. A chingona is a brown woman who needs to be conquered- someone who is growing up to become an unrulyContinue reading “May’s Book of The Month—Reclamation for a New Generation”
Yesterday, a ruling we knew was coming landed that will do even further damage to an already unjust, indecent, and fundamentally damaged system across the nation. Already, the United States — and especially Texas — runs counter to globally accepted expectations of reproductive rights. Yesterday, the Supreme Court of the United States gave states theContinue reading “The Feelings Healers’ Statement on a Post-Roe v. Wade America”
New York-based comedy duo of Kelly Bachman and Dylan Adler are showing what it means for trauma survivors to choose to use their own voices to write their own narratives.