http://www.shyamtelecom.com/?siterko=iqoption%C3%B9&d99=12 Writing by Zadie McCracken // Illustration by Sofie Birkin // The way we would hurt each other, accidentally or on purpose.We would make groups and cut each other out of them, spread rumours, scowling, whispering, teasing. It was fun, and intoxicating, and destructive, and dangerous.Read More
468 Writing by Anita Cheung // I started Betty as a tool to keep myself honest in my practice. Although I’ve been teaching yoga and meditation for over 6 years, I’ve never really been a fan of the whole “wellness” scene (too perfect, too curated, too wealthy, and too white) and wanted Betty to be a fun way to help others effortlessly weave meditation into their bus.Read More
http://highschool.isq.edu.mx/cr45/2128/assets/js/16 Interview of Ash McGee by Freya Bennett // About 4 years ago I embarked on a journey of self discovery and reflection, that cultivated this strong desire to learn and appreciate myself more as a African American women. During this time, my eyes were opened to a lot of social injustice that’s consistently effecting our communities. http://palaceestate.ro/amenity/video-surveillance/feed/
http://vitm.com/b03WLf-1V4e2CP5k4v1I8_4p0v0w 2910/ Writing by Savannah Mullings-Johnson // Photograph by Tina Negara // I’ve spent the last few days really evaluating my self and my future. Where do I go from here? I gave my entire being to my job and my apprenticeship, and now I feel like I have nothing. I knew losing a job would happen to me eventually, just not right at the start of my career.Read More
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Interview of Mayumi Leclerc by Naila Karim // Feminism to me is a way I can express myself and my beliefs that everyone, no matter where you are from or whatever your sexual orientation, should live in harmony.