The most marginalized groups deserve as much access, resources and social capital in aid against harassment as white victims.
Issue 26 on August 31st, 2015
It seems to have occurred to no one that if we could stop punishing people for being mentally ill, and for speaking up about it, we could actually get the "conversation" we claim to want.
Issue 25 on August 10th, 2015
#GiveYourMoneyToWomen is more than a hashtag, it’s a theory and practical framework of gender justice.
Issue 24 on July 22nd, 2015
In the wipe of rights to our ancestral homelands and the realization that a country we call home doesn’t understand our sovereignty, social media has played a huge role in igniting movements that bring awareness and positive change.
Issue 24 on July 20th, 2015
The subjugation of Black people will never end until white people confront their desire to see Black bodies suffer.
Issue 22 on June 10th, 2015
As women of colour, online spaces and social networks have enabled us to produce and control our own stories, build networks and communities and find our scattered tribes.
Issue 22 on June 8th, 2015
Confronting the darkness that lies with anonymity as a defining factor of online spaces.
Issue 20 on April 30th, 2015
As much as social media activism has evolved, it cannot escape its dependency on oppressive norms, ripping the legitimacy of movements from their creators.
Issue 18 on March 19th, 2015
While trends are provoking of such surprise and dismay, are so formidable, so worthy of journalistic inquiry and coverage, there is little to no critical analysis of “trending” itself.
2014 in Review on December 8th, 2014
This is the year that social media has really stepped into its power.