If moms want to understand their teenage daughters better, they really should try reading the words that we consume.
For the war women, peace women, and beloved women--Women of divine resilience and sacred wombs,To girls birthed, “From Girls That Never Die”...
Sabrina, Basia, Tori, Katia, and Maïana discuss The Round House by Louise Erdrich. They talk about themes from the novel such as: Native culture, misogyny, trauma, and how these topics extend beyond just the pages of this book.
The Schuyler sisters represent the unseen hands that helped orchestrate the beauty and complexity within Hamilton and the foundation of America.
a poem written after reading “Ode to Gossips” by Safia Elhillo
An eerie, nightmarish feeling with dark, blue hues, a reality bending timeline, and disturbing characters...this is not a feel-good movie.
Fiona Apple’s newest album is what the world needs in this tumultuous time of isolation, fear, and confusion.