This is the story of a teenager and how she navigates her life being plus-sized. It is a moving story about the way society’s opinions about her body have influenced her life even in adulthood.
A piece about speaking up so that others will finally know who I am.
“How Did I Get Here?” is a podcast about the different stories of women in media and their career journeys. This episode highlights Leah Chernikoff, the executive editor of Harper’s Bazaar.
To honor the Palestinians that have passed and for those who are still fighting for their country.
Many people take time to appreciate the world around them, but how many of us have taken the time to explore our worlds within?
This piece showcases the power of female writers. Cristina and Fiona showcased how they started writing and pursued a career in writing.
Growth and transitions inspired this piece. On this journey, I learned it takes healing my old wounds to embrace my greatest potential fully. There’s progress in making it to even take one more step!
We women have so much anger that is bottled up inside us that has been restricted. It’s time to not let society dictate whether or not anger can be a part of our lives.
While I haven’t been able to forgive the person nor fully move on, this poem acts as a goal of mine: feeling prideful and unashamed about what happened.
I will be interviewing three people to ask them about how the COVID-19 pandemic has affected their lives. I will be interviewing people from different ages and positions.
The pandemic came with many dark days, but in the midst of it all there was also some light out there as symbolic of the sunset in this photo back in June, 2020.
A visual representation of the Harlem Renaissance or the New Negro Movement. The growth of black music, art, and community through the many vessels of hands that watered it.
A poem and painting reflecting our ties to our childhood and the complexity of growing up.
This piece is incredibly special to me; it’s about the beautiful, messy process of letting go.
Pledge of Allegiance: Revised” is a subversion of the American Dream through the lens of mental wellbeing; “gifted” is a gilded promise unraveled by statistics and a vow to embrace the strength of vulnerability.