Behind the Fear of Sun by Tini Ngatini
One day I was driving with my British housemate to a local market in Ha Noi, Viet Nam. I was actually sitting on the back of her bike. I do not drive motorbikes and that’s often funny to my Vietnamese and American friends because motorbikes are the main transportation here; and they seem to associate…
Ideology in Politics by Wes Bishop
On November 8, 2016 the United States did the unthinkable. On that day the US political system elected as the next president a billionaire real-estate mogul, and former reality TV star, whose major television claim-to-fame was a series dedicated to firing “disappointing” workers. How did this happen? No doubt this very question will preoccupy…
On Being Little by Michelle M. Campbell
We matter because we are matter, and if we get purposefully madder and madder and madder we can’t be little by being belittled.