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Radical Love.

 by Isaac Lomax, 17   Radical love. A young black male, age 17, College-bound. And yet, I’m still expected to fall within the confines of society. Stereotypes serve as the crux of my existence as I struggle to survive in this world. Loving myself wasn’t something that I was expected to do, and somehow I gained … Continue reading

Kalief Browder’s Death Was a Homicide…and We Are All Guilty

Instead of searching for the one officer, or one jail that should be reformed, we need to admit that his nation’s collective blood thirst for vengeance and punishment is the real culprit. Kalief’s death was not a suicide, but a homicide by committee. You are on that committee. Your silence is your vote. What should be the conditions of your confinement? Are you ready to miss your prom? Continue reading