SheLeads: Under Fire

Just like fire, burning out the way. If I can light the world up for just one day, Watch this madness, colorful charade, No one can be just like me any way. —“Just like Fire” (2016), Written by: Alecia Moore, Max Martin, Karl Johan Schuster, Oscar Holter We’ve all been under fire. Sometimes it can […]

The Territory of Women’s Bodies

By Trisha Baptie | Twitter: @trisha_baptie When I hear the word “territories,” I immediately think of the land, of earth. I think of the indigenous peoples of this land called Canada and how it was stolen from them and then divided as if a commodity and not a sacred life force. How Indian agents kept […]

Resistance is My Stance of Hope

Some people call it deconstructing or unsettling. I feel like I’m just trying to sort stuff out. I was raised in the church. I went to Sunday School, Girls’ Club, Youth Group and Church Camp. I was taught all the stories, memorized all the bible verses and could hold my own in a “sword” drill. […]

Sixty Days

By: Erin Thomas | Twitter: @erinthomas_123   Sixty days. Last Thursday marked sixty long, hard-won days free of the Beast. Hi, my name’s Erin and I’m a recovering addict. When I was twenty-six years old, I had been working with abandoned children and infants in the beautiful country of Romania. Upon my return, I experienced a […]

Bring On the Yirah

Our world is in transition. Roseanne Barr does not get to fly off into a racist rant without facing the consequences. Harvey Weinstein does not get to abuse his power and privilege in hotel rooms. Bill Cosby is under house arrest and awaiting sentencing for three accounts of aggravated assault. Night is coming to Light. […]