Posts tagged "december 2015"
How to be a Rad Woman: An interview with Kate Schatz

How to be a Rad Woman: An interview with Kate Schatz

  Kate Schatz is a proclaimed feminist, writer, editor, and educator. She is the author of the popular children’s book, Rad American Women A-Z, which was published by City Lights earlier this year. She was also my Literary Arts teacher in highschool!
Setting the Example

Setting the Example

  “Yeah, Chinese people are so weird. They eat the strangest stuff.” I whipped around to see who was responsible for the offending comment and found myself looking back at the only other Chinese-American in the class. Several of our classmates surrounded him, giggling as they looked to him for reassurance before offering their own...
Healing

Healing

  Closure with my past is no tears streaming down my face and no scars. Closure with my past means picking out good moments amongst all the bad ones, to be able to reflect without anguish. Closure with my past means remembering those who wronged me and not necessarily forgiving them, but accepting their actions...
Editor's Letter - December 2015: Endings

Editor’s Letter – December 2015: Endings

Emily(the best friend, left)and I at a dance class right before she left me to go back to college. December’s theme is Endings! 2015 is coming to a close. This is the time when everyone starts breaking out their New Year’s resolutions to try to become a Better Person in the upcoming year. It is...