Review of HOUSE OF GUCCI for Bitch Media.
THE PEOPLE REMEMBER
By Ibi Zoboi
Illustrated by Loveis Wise
Like storytelling, memory can carve a path to freedom. As Joan Didion wrote in “The White Album,” “We tell ourselves stories in order to live.” In an often illogical, chaotic world, narratives can be a salve or a method of survival. They can help us grasp what Didion called “the shifting phantasmagoria” of the human experience. But what if a community’s identity is intertwined with the incomprehensible cruelties of human bondage?
THIS BOOK IS FEMINIST
An Intersectional Primer for Next-Gen Changemakers
Illustrated by Aurélia Durand
In 2017, women took to the streets in record numbers. The Women’s March, held the day after Donald Trump’s inauguration, was the largest single-day protest in the United States, and an international call to arms against misogyny and sexism. This resurgence of feminism raised pertinent questions: Who gets to be a feminist and what does it mean to be a feminist today?
Review of Zakiya Dalila Harris's The Other Black Girl.
On Toni Morrison's The Bluest Eye.
Review and literary criticism of Raven Leilani’s best-selling debut novel, Luster.
Janet Jackson, Justin Timberlake, and the 2004 Super Bowl halftime show.
On FKA twigs's MAGDALENE.
On the #FreeBritney Campaign.
Fetch the Bolt Cutters, Fiona Apple.
On the thorny significance of Addy Walker, the first Black doll introduced by the American Girl company.
"Framing Britney Spears" documentary, public perception of pop stars, mental health, and the media.
Celebrating 5 years of Beyonce's "Lemonade."