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All the Love We Cannot See

The hate. Oh, the hate. It makes me spin. But the light! The Light: The darkest boy. There’s a boy at this third job that I work at. He has dark skin. All of the kids are black, but as … Continue reading

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Ode to a Bus Driver

The buses in Guyana are intimate. You climb on board, you greet the other passengers, you cram into a seat next to a few strangers and, because there’s nothing else you can do, you embrace the hip contact. The buses … Continue reading

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Retracing Encounters: Changing the World One Outfit and Song at a Time

3. Schotty Location of Interaction: Niagara Falls, NY We were quite the dynamic duo in college. We operated a column together in the school newspaper for a short period of time and we supported each other through each ridiculous crush … Continue reading

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What I’m Thankful For

The Six Things I’m Thankful For This Year I won’t be celebrating Thanksgiving with stuffing and mashed potatoes this year. Nope, this year I’ll be heading to work like it’s a regular Thursday. So, I’m writing this post to acknowledge … Continue reading

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