Reflecting on GayL Jones’ ‘CoRregidora’ and its excavation of transgenerational traumas on the body

The novel is, first and foremost, about freedom. Freedom, not in the ways in which we understand reparation, but freeing the body from the transgenerational -- that which spans generations -- terror of historical atrocity.


Morehouse’s new policy accepting trans men misses the point by clinging to the gender binary

By Ramon Johnson The Morehouse community has long had difficulties facilitating an inclusive campus... more


Georgetown’s student vote on slave reparation fund signals a needed change in higher education

A unique action on the part of students, the significance of this vote creates social and political implications for higher education programs and policies that go far beyond Georgetown University.


Black liberation requires making room for uncomfortable manifestations of mental illness

May is Mental Health Awareness Month and National Masturbation Month. This is also the month that we... more


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