The point is that how we handle Charlottesville is incredibly important. What we say next matters, because it can lead to either change or complacency, acceptance, or denial.
When intersectionality is rejected for one-dimensionality, the erased identities become vulnerable.
My blackness is more than my body. It is my glory, it is my embrace of all that makes my community what it is—the generational trauma and the cultural beauty.
This institution has stunning selective blindness, and it chooses to ignore the things that challenge its core - its tradition.
Black love is beautiful because it is a rejection of the lies. It embraces our glory as living, breathing beings that are worth loving.
Too many white people think they're entitled to hip hop, but not responsible for the people hip hop was meant to save.
Social progress has become the project of the oppressors, not the oppressed.
We want to create a venue for safe, inclusive, large-scale events oriented towards freshmen, with an emphasis on safe and inclusive, because our current social climate is neither.