A Missed Opportunity: A Black Female Perspective on Trump’s Presidency

I wrote this piece before Saturday’s results. It’s somewhere around six am in the hours before dawn. Though the sun has yet to arrive for its shift, much of the world awaits the announcement of who will preside over the plantation that is the United States. This exhausting practice engendered a social reproduction of the…

Trump Censure and White Nationalism

It’s fascinating to live in a world that castigates black people for critically interrogating their representatives. This is the same world that, for the last four years, has worked tirelessly to depict Donald Trump as a racial anomaly autonomous from whiteness as a whole. Trump’s gauche rhetoric, limited vocabulary, and overt racism and prejudices embarrass…