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Social Justice

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by RANI CHOR (United States)

September 2021

Gen Z is not afraid of speaking out against policies; we are starving for justice. 


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by BRIELLE YOUNG (United States)

September 2021

The story my grandfather told continues to shape me today. 


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by CLAIRE SWADLING (United States)

September 2021

Dr. André studies the intersection of identity, race, identityand opera. 


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by MUSKAAN ARSHAD (United States)

September 2021

It is our job to be allies and fight alongside Black Americans for equality. 

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by PRAVARTIKA WANKHEDE (India)

September 2021

Discrimination on the basis of class is illegal. Yet it exists and blooms in this environment of hate. 

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by MILI THAKRAR (United Kingdom)

September 2021

Discussing racism is of paramount importance; it is also a sensitive and controversial issue. 


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by JOSEPH MULLEN (United States)

September 2021

Racial disparities in the American healthcare system absolutely exist. 


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by ALLI LOWE (United States)

September 2021

The scariest aspect of the Bay Area's disparity is just how little acknowledgement it receives. 


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by CHLOE SOW (United States)

September 2021

We often forget how Black communities and Asian communities have stood up for each other. 


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by STELLA WESTON (New Zealand)

September 2021

"For many of us, this is not a new moment in time," says the young Māori activist. 


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by AMY NAM (Canada)

September 2021

As early as nine years old, I stood in front of my bathroom mirror, poking and prodding at the skin above my eyes to create double eyelids.

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by EDWIGE GHEMBESALU (United States)

April 2021

They tell us to put our hands up. Then, they ask us why we moved. Sister, that is why they shoot. Because we move.

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by ADDISON RAHMLOW (United States)

December 2020

I wasn't alive in '93, when cryptosporidium poured

through the water like liquid lava

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by CARISSA CEASOR (United States)

December 2020

Shirk your sense of responsibility. 

Leave your guilt at the door of progress. 

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by TAZ HANCOCK (Hong Kong)

December 2020

I believe in justice, 

in our voices, in theirs

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by YASMINE BOLDEN (United States)

December 2020

You have never known those shores or those 

people or those words that sound like a memory

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by AMALIA COSTA (United Kingdom)

August 2020

We come in droves, frothing at the mouth and baying for blood.

Our enemy invisible, stretched across the world like the taut skin of a drum. 

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by HANNAH LING (Malaysia)

August 2020

I believe in the power of words to come flying:

swans whooping as they pass

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by ARIA MALLARE (United States)

August 2020

Don't you swat at a fly. 

Don't you mindlessly shoot that harmless creature to the ground.

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by LEE GAINES (United States)

August 2020

you have learned there is both good and bad about where you live.

you have learned the stubbornest people on the planet are Southern. 

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by AURELLI LAZUARDI (Singapore)

April 2020

Negro Swan allows Devonte Hynes to address his struggles as a young black man in the UK. 

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by AFRAH SHEKH (India)

December 2019

the first missile tears through the skin;

skinning the embers of a quenched country

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by KIANA JACKSON (Australia)

September 2019

You're deplorable, horrible, despicable, ignorable. You reiterate, evaluate, desiccate . . .

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by ENOK CHOE (United States)

September 2019

In November 2018, the horrific picture of a migrant mother and her daughters fleeing . . .

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by BRITNEY PHAM (Australia)

Issue 1.1

April 2019

The silence can be eerie

Dark, damp and cold

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by SAMANTHA WAGNER (United States)

April 2019

I believe in

People Places,

A Place for every Person to

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by ANNA DAVIDSON (United Kingdom)

April 2019

Teenagers are the ones who change history. They have to be. It’s kids with lumps in their throats, bright blue sparks in their fingertips and purple-braced snarls screaming for equality who are the ones who achieve it, their words the upbeat crashdrum of change.