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Book Review: How Moon Fuentez Fell in Love with the Universe

Summary In How Moon Fuente Fell in Love with the Universe, Moon Fuentez is a seventeen year old Mexican-American photographer who embarks on a cross-country road trip over the summer with a bunch of Fotogram influencers, including her twin sister Star. While she is accustomed to living in her sister’s shadow and under her mother’s …

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Review: Sometimes I Trip On How Happy We Could Be by Nichole Perkins

CW: Sexual assault, abusive parental relationship, stalking Depending on your music listening style, you will almost immediately recognize the title, Sometimes I Trip On How Happy We Could Be. It is a lyric from “If I Was Your Girlfriend” by Prince, which is the author Nichole Perkins’ favorite song by the royal purple one. Beyonce …

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Books for the Cottagecore + Japanese Literature Books & Resources

Listen in while Niba talks about books that fit the Cottagecore aesthetic. Then stick around for Emma’s recommendations on Japanese literature that might have to be added to your reading list.  Cottagecore books mentioned:  Wild Beauty by Anna-Marie McLemore  Silver in the Wood by Emily Tesh The Bookshop on the Corner by Jenny Colgan Garden …

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Putting Feminist Theory into Action with Abolition

What does feminism have to do with abolition? When I think about this question, I’m reminded of an art print I came across some years back, from a social media project by writer and organizer Mariame Kaba. The poster read, simply: PRISON IS NOT FEMINIST.  According to the Sentencing Project, the number of incarcerated women …

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