This Moment: A Self-Narrative Project That Seeks Your Voice

This Moment: A Self-Narrative Project That Seeks Your Voice

In an interview with photographer and mentor Thaddeus Miles about his work and his effort to shift our perspectives, I felt inspired to directly seek work that contributes toward sharing world-views and perspectives while also seeking words that document this moment in our history. Thus, This Moment was created. Continue reading This Moment: A Self-Narrative Project That Seeks Your Voice

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This Moment: A Self-Narrative Project That Seeks Your Voice

This Moment: A Self-Narrative Project That Seeks Your Voice

This Moment is a self-narrative project that asks us to be present, if for only a few minutes in our lives. The purpose is to become conscious of our experience in relation to what has happened throughout this political season and since this administration came into power. My intention is to feature these moments as a collection of our voices and as a document of our response to this political climate. Continue reading This Moment: A Self-Narrative Project That Seeks Your Voice

“We thought—I thought—we were making progress. Perhaps we are. Perhaps this event is simply part of the journey.” After The Election: Lunch Ticket’s Team Creates A polyphony Of hope

“We thought—I thought—we were making progress. Perhaps we are. Perhaps this event is simply part of the journey.” After The Election: Lunch Ticket’s Team Creates A polyphony Of hope

Those against hate have bounded in solidarity to push back forces that aim to disperse the common goodness that is attributed to the fight for human rights. Continue reading “We thought—I thought—we were making progress. Perhaps we are. Perhaps this event is simply part of the journey.” After The Election: Lunch Ticket’s Team Creates A polyphony Of hope

Let’s talk about… Literature & Writing: Sameness, Color Blindness, Authenticity, & Legitimacy

Let’s talk about… Literature & Writing: Sameness, Color Blindness, Authenticity, & Legitimacy

Sameness in literature should not be limited to The Giver or to children’s literature, especially when there is a larger literary conversation that calls for the inclusion of stronger, more diverse words about what is deemed the same and what is viewed as different. Continue reading Let’s talk about… Literature & Writing: Sameness, Color Blindness, Authenticity, & Legitimacy