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FEATURE: "Martese Johnson: My Wounds Will Heal, but the Trauma Will Stay Forever"

“I trust the scars on my face and head will one day heal, but the trauma of what those officers did will stay with me forever" - those are the words of Martese Johnson, the University of Virginia student whose violent arrest by Alcoholic Beverage Control agents was caught on cellphone video last week. Johnson issued the words during a news conference through his attorney, adding “I was shocked that my face was slammed into the pavement across the road from my school”. As it stands, Johnson is…See More
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FEATURE: "Martese Johnson: My Wounds Will Heal, but the Trauma Will Stay Forever"

“I trust the scars on my face and head will one day heal, but the trauma of what those officers did will stay with me forever" - those are the words of Martese Johnson, the University of Virginia student whose violent arrest by Alcoholic Beverage Control agents was caught on cellphone video last week. Johnson issued the words during a news conference through his attorney, adding “I was shocked that my face was slammed into the pavement across the road from my school”. As it stands, Johnson is…See More
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FEATURE: "Martese Johnson: My Wounds Will Heal, but the Trauma Will Stay Forever"

Posted on March 23, 2015 at 11:30am 0 Comments

“I trust the scars on my face and head will one day heal, but the trauma of what those officers did will stay with me forever" - those are the words of Martese Johnson, the University of Virginia student whose violent arrest by Alcoholic Beverage Control agents was caught on cellphone video last week. Johnson issued the words during a news conference through his attorney, adding “I was shocked that my face was slammed into the pavement across the…

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FEATURE: "Why are white people expats when the rest of us are immigrants?"

Posted on March 16, 2015 at 12:00pm 1 Comment

"Africans are immigrants. Arabs are immigrants. Asians are immigrants. However, Europeans are expats." These are words published in a recent article from the Guardian about the word 'expatriate' and the exclusivity of the noun when it comes to describing a migrant who is white. Check out the full article …

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FEATURE: The Return of Reconstruction and The Search for a Place In-Between

Posted on March 13, 2015 at 1:30pm 0 Comments

A schizophrenic remembrance of Reconstruction has almost paralyzed our national discourse on race, but now it’s time we address its legacy on invasive police surveillance of brown communities and a seemingly unsolvable immigration crisis. The ghost of Reconstruction reminds us that brown citizenship has always been tied to economics, with little regard or consideration of humanity; we are valuable enough to exploit, but not protect. This essay series seeks…

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OP-ED: Looking For Humanity in the Wake of Violence

Posted on March 12, 2015 at 7:00pm 0 Comments

This morning, shots were fired on two officers in Ferguson during a protest surrounding the resignation of embattled Ferguson police chief Thomas Jackson. The revelatory DOJ report issued last week found concrete evidence of a system of racial bias in Ferguson policing, giving weight to the protests that have erupted nationally since the shooting death of Michael Brown Jr. this summer. Checking the #FergusonShooting hashtag for actual information on the shooting is…

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