Writing Ourselves into the Discourse: The Legacies of Audre Lorde and May Ayim

By Nikki Mills On a rainy Friday afternoon, three remarkable women sat quietly, listening to the rainfall on the roof of the FHXB Museum. While moms outside shielded children from the downpour and businessmen and women sprinted for the metro, we gathered, a class of nine, young and eager, into the museum’s auditory. Marion Kraft, […]

The Porajmos: The Hidden Narratives of the Roma and Sinti

By Hailey Corkery Today we learned about the Porajmos. Translated as “to swallow in” in English, it’s the name that the Sinti and Roma people use for what we know as the Holocaust, specifically regarding the persecution of Sinti and Romani people. According to Nicola Lauré al-Samarai and Sara Lennox in “Neither Foreigners Nor Aliens: […]

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Not All Sh!ts & Giggles: Gender Roles within Friends

This video, written and produced by Brae Salazar, Walker Walls Tarver, Nora Holmes, and David Andrews during Block 5 2015, explores constructions of gender and heternormativity on NBC’s Friends. ********************