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From Doomsurfing to Zoomsurfing: Our Virtual Event Recs – The reFRESH

Art is Citational Ethics (Saidiya Hartman, 2017) by Ja’Tovia Gary via Jenny Wortham Written by Jackson Bird This week, we’re standing in solidarity with workers, calling for economic justice–––and also helping you find the best virtual events to add to your gCal. What we’re checking out… In honor of International Workers’ Day, here’s an on-going list […]

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Our Top 5 Moments from FRESH: Live

Written by Jackson Bird.  This week we’re looking back on highlights from our first-ever conference, FRESH: Live. As the weeks go on, we’ll be sharing more of our favorite moments on social media–so make sure you’re following us on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook! But for today, here are the top five moments we haven’t been able […]

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How Obama Failed Black Lives Matter and The Essence of White Privilege — The Weekly reFRESH

Photo via Getty Edited by Mara Meyers This week we’re sharing tips on how to treat your body with love, why Melania Trump’s speech is the essence of white privilege, and how Obama failed Black Lives Matter. What we’ve been checking out… Of course nothing so epically bad as Melania Trump’s speech can go unnoticed […]

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An Emotionally Historic Election — The Weekly reFRESH

Photo via @lauraolin Edited by Mara Meyers This week we’re thinking through alternative ways to achieve justice outside of our (broken) political justice system, the potential for a “universal basic income,” and grappling with the emotions of this historic election cycle. What we’ve been checking out… If you haven’t already read the letter that the Stanford […]

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Making Lemonade and what a “woman card” actually gets you — The Weekly reFRESH

Photo via Billboard Edited by Mara Meyers This week we’re sharing insight into the multiple layers of slayage that is Beyoncé, the literal price of a Black life, and all the “rewards” the “woman card” will get you. What we’ve been checking out… From her allusions to Yoruba culture to Black women dressed in white baptism […]

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