This week in PoC News is video-heavy so make sure your roommates aren’t hogging all the bandwidth.
I know all you bookish and clever women have read quite a bit over the last year. What’s the hardest/best thing you’ve read lately? Read More On Reparations, Gentrification, the Role of Police, and Other Intellectual Pursuits
Oh, friends, my heart is heavy with everything happening this week. I cannot cover it all, but I can at least give you a few interesting stories, and we’ll end on an up-note, I promise.
One of the side effects of having a regular column is revealing things about yourself little by little, until you stop noticing how much personal stuff you’re actually telling perfect strangers. To pre-empt a slow and boring process, let me just tell you everything there is to know right now, and be done with it. Read More 10-Second Anecdotes That Reveal Too Much About Me: Karo
The Thanksgiving holiday in the US meant that This Week in Misogyny took last week off. Misogyny, however, didn’t do me a favor and kept right on rolling. It’s a world of fun below the cut! (As usual, trigger warnings for just about everything apply.) Read More This Week in Misogyny is Not Thankful
We’ve all heard this advice over the course of our lives – “If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is.” Read More If It Sounds Too Good To Be True
[Trigger warning for discussion of sexual and domestic violence] “The police are not the enemy” Read More A Ray of Hope