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A Year in Reflection and a Year Unchanged: George Floyd, Daunte Wright and the Struggle for Black Lives to Matter
To anybody listening: A year ago one video littered screens all around the world. Phones, TVs, and Tablets displayed a video of a black man calling for his mother while a police officer put his knee on his back. In those short minutes people became witness to the death of a man named George Floyd.… Continue reading A Year in Reflection and a Year Unchanged: George Floyd, Daunte Wright and the Struggle for Black Lives to Matter
The Last Black Man in San Francisco tells the story of a young (obviously) black man named Jimmie Fails who attempts to move back into the home his grandfather built in San Francisco. In completing the task of obtaining the house, Jimmie seeks out the help of his odd socially unaware friend Montgomery. Jimmie, a… Continue reading Friendship and Filmmaking: What can we take from The Last Black Man in San Francisco?
So before you cook a Guyanese curry, you have to know where it comes from. First, let me introduce you to Guyana. As most of my experience telling people where my family is from they have no idea where it is, so like the majority of the population I have interacted with I will assume… Continue reading Curry: Guyana’s Best Kept Secret
I remember at a university fair in grade 12 I walked up. to a booth for a journalism school and he told me applying and going to journalism school would be a waste of my time. I think about this a lot when I notice how little my friends and myself turn to the news… Continue reading Lightning Post: The Future of Writing
To say I am without words would be an understatement. Thinking of an opening line for this letter was incredibly hard, because there is no way to put into words how I feel. This week a white man killed 6 Asian women in a spa, and today the news wants us to hear his side… Continue reading An Open Letter to the Asian Community from your (kind of) Asian Sister
How are you? How has curfew been? Curfew has been okay. Since I live alone I dont have much social interaction, but I find going outside and seeing people is nice. I have also been focusing on future goals, and thinking about that and cooking more and set a routine so it isn’t too bad.… Continue reading An Interview with Miguel on COVID, Quarantine, and Raving!
As the whole world stopped and shut down for a moment in time amid the COVID-19 pandemic, people were forced online as stay at home orders were enforced all around the world. Confined to my home, I had to find ways to keep myself busy. In highschool I would search BoilerRoom sets on Youtube and… Continue reading The Rise of the (Online) Rave
The Last Black Man in San Francisco tells the story of a young (obviously) black man named Jimmie Fails who attempts to move back into the home his grandfather built in San Francisco. In completing the task of obtaining the house, Jimmie seeks out the help of his odd socially unaware friend Montgomery. Jimmie, a… Continue reading The Last Black Man in San Francisco: An Unexpected Black Love Story
Step 1: Decide what kind of curry you are making. Every curry needs a base. Traditional curry would use a meat base, but the beauty of making a Guyanese Curry is you can kind of add anything. If you are a meat eater I recommend chicken or beef. Nothing too complicated for your first time.… Continue reading How to Become a Guyanese Gyal: Cook a good curry
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