The ADA encourages disabled people to feel safe in the workforce and beyond, but in reality it only serves to give them the opportunity to be exploited just like everyone else.
Train to Busan cautions us against what can happen when we don't care about other people, both personally and politically. It’s a reminder to actively practice empathy, especially when lives are at stake.
Art, particularly about systems of oppression, necessarily has to choose a side. After all, choosing not to speak out for those who are oppressed, is also choosing a side. By Ragini Srikrishna "All art is propaganda…" Upton Sinclair A full year before
Colonialism and settler-colonialism rely upon the consistent theft, resource extraction, and looting of Indigenous people's land, goods, bodies, and lives. When you hear pundits moan and whine about the immorality of looting, what they’re usually referring to is people breaking into
Black and Indigenous history is tied to the colonization of this land and our liberation is inherently tied together, that is why Black and Indigenous solidarity is essential. TW/CW: mentions of state-sanctioned murder, chattel slavery, and genocide. By Red Dawn Foster and