With the current climate of racism today, and the recent deaths of Daunte Wright and George Floyd, it’s great to see our favorite sports teams stand in solidarity with us to fight against racism and police brutality. Whether it’s wearing a new game day uniform with “Black Lives Matter” stitched on the back or writing […]Read More Racism Within Our Favorite Sports Teams
Ok I try to keep it lighthearted in my blogs but today it might get heavy and since no one is talking about it enough, I will…Violence against Asian Amerians. This isn’t a new issue but it has gotten out of control recently since the pandemic and it needs to end now. I am not […]Read More Stop Asian Hate
“Corporations take advantage and tokenize marginalized communities in order to make consumers feel better about using and buying their products, while still exploiting workers from those same communities.”Read More Capitalism Won’t Save Us
If you’ve been on the internet at all within the past week you would know that country superstar Morgan Wallen was caught using a racial slur. Country music’s favorite love song artist and chart-topping Morgan Wallen was in his front yard with his friends, who I must add are all white, drunk as a skunk […]Read More Tackling Performative Activism and Discussing Racism Within Pop Culture
We hope you are staying safe and healthy! Here is this week’s newsroom! Grab some coffee or tea, and enjoy this post!Read More Newsroom!
I know. Everyone is sick and tired about hearing about the Coronavirus. We’ve been in quarantine for so long that I don’t even keep track of what the date is anymore (time is a social construct anyway). All of this aside, I thought that it’d be important to document my experience as an Asian American during a time where racism is so heavily targeted toward my fellow Asians.Read More The Coronavirus and Subtle Racism
Hey friends! This post just gives a small look into the life of being a tattooed black woman.Read More My Body, My Art
With the cancellation of JMU’s Study Abroad programs due to the Coronavirus (COVID-19), I wanted to bring to light the misconceptions that people can have about the virus and the open forms of racism and xenophobia that are being practiced when dealing with the virus.Read More Your (Not So) Helpful Guide to the Coronavirus
Listen, I know we have all heard of the angry black women stereotype. The stereotype that characterizes black women as “aggressive, ill tempered, illogical, overbearing, hostile, and ignorant without provocation.” In today’s media, there is always a depiction of an angry black woman. From reality shows like Real Housewives of Atlanta to movies like Little. After watching […]Read More Diary of an Angry Black Woman
We often talk about the sexualization of women through the male gaze. However, we do not often talk about the ways that this interacts with race through an intersectional lens.
Does the term ‘yellow fever’ sound familiar?Read More Not Your Asian Persuasion