I'm so glad I live in Canada-well, are you? A/N: A journal I wrote for an Honors seminar about race and memory On the 3rd of June 2019, a report came out stating that up to 4,000 indigenous women and LGBTQ+ individuals have been either killed or gone missing since 1980. This issue is rightly being… Continue reading There’s Blood in The Soil
A/N: In light of the recent events, I will not be sharing anymore of my portfolio until I feel comfortable enough to use this platform to turn your attention away from what's going on. Instead, I will be sharing with you an essay I wrote on thought and emotion where public policy is concerned.Naomi Above… Continue reading For The People
Still can't get over Paxton! Never Have I Have Ever is a cute little teen comedy about a young Desi girl, Devi who after having experienced a number of traumas in the past year is determined to revamp her image. And the first step of course, (because Hollywood is under the impression that the lives… Continue reading Never Have I Ever Review
Por Nairobi: O bella ciao, bella ciao, bella ciao, ciao ciao! I should have had this post out last week but I decided to give you all more time to catch up. so I know I don't need to be so loud but DISCLAIMER: SPOILERS BELOW. It takes much more courage to be in love… Continue reading Una Mattina mi son alzato: Money Heist Season 4 Review
In hindsight, I should have seen it coming. Too many people have suffered alreadySamuel Garcia, played by Itzan Escamilla Yes, Samuel, we really have. And so will you if you haven't caught up to season 3 as this post contains a multitude of spoilers! Elite main cast R-L: Omar Ayuso, Arón Piper, Mina El Hammani,… Continue reading Élite Season 3: The Tragedy Of A Teen Drama
One month, one book, one post, is not enough for the topic of Black History. There's more at stake than just slavery, my brother. It's a question of who will own the land, the people, the power. You cannot stick a knife in a goat and then say, Now I will remove my knife slowly,… Continue reading Homegoing by Yaa Gyasi: A Non-History Of Black People
Warning: it's about to get a little academic in here, don't fall asleep. History and memory share events; that is, they share time and space. Every moment is two moments.Anne Michaels It's nice to have a museum on campus; it's a quiet place, it houses art, symbolism and a certain eloquence that doesn't quite pull… Continue reading And What Do We Know Of What Isn’t There?