A couple of years ago, a self-proclaimed “polite, nice, American girl” uploaded a rant onto YouTube in which she complained about the “hordes of Asians” on UCLA’s campus.
Pulitzer Prize winner and MacArthur Fellow Junot Díaz talks to Eye Editor in Chief Dunni Oduyemi about emigrating to America, being a professor, and what he wishes he’d learned in college.
“Going green” has become an annoyingly simple, catch all term, one which people can commit themselves to with an equally half-hearted vagueness.
I was not raised in a way that I would describe as religious; church was always kind of a chore, something to be checked off of a list of yearly responsibilities, and so we only really ever went at Christmas, Easter, and whenever we visited religious family members.
Why Lupita's Oscar win is such great news, particularly for women of color.
Dunni Oduyemi talks to dance legend Dianne McIntyre about her passion for movement, the Black Arts Movement, and being a mentor to young dancers.
Sheryl Sandberg is still doing her feel-good-corporate-neoliberal-faux-feminism thing, in case you’d forgotten her in the five minutes since her last project.
My first memory of Valentine’s Day is my second-grade teacher giving my class brown paper bags, red glitter glue, and 3-D heart stickers a few days before the 14th to decorate our own personal Valentines mailboxes, where we were expected to deposit notes for our friends (and Hershey’s Kisses).
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