“The mother smiled to know her child
Was in the sacred place,
But that smile was the last smile
To come upon her face.
For when she heard the explosion,
Her eyes grew wet and wild.
She raced through the […]
I watched the documentary “Mountains that take wing” featuring an interview between Angela Davis and Yuri Kochiyama for my Asian American Lit class. It is interesting to see how these two women’s political lives […]
In writer and journalist Morgan Jerkins’ article, “Why do you say you’re black?”, Jerkins writes about her response to an older man who asked her why she calls herself black and not human. The man’s comment […]
I agree with Angela on all of the points she made. The DeWolf descendants intruded upon a ceremony that was not for them. To the DeWolf’s, The Ghanaian’s ceremony was just another cultural activity to check off […]
At the Wet: A DACAmented Journey, I learned a lot about the psychological tolls of being undocumented in the United States. Alex’s character, Anner, went through many governmental procedures just to fill the r […]