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March 2, 2020
Don’t. Not if you’re a Black person who has an entire life of lived experience, studied expertise, scholarly credentials or activist...
Esther Armah is the creator of "Emotional Justice;" a language, process and practice exploring a legacy of untreated trauma due...
August 29, 2019
1619. Not a date. A severing, a stealing, a story. Stories. I am standing at Cape Coast castle, in Ghana’s central region. It was from this...
July 19, 2019
‘I want my father! And I want my sister! Fuck your condolences! My sister died fighting for justice! She died! She’s dead! She’s gone! My...
June 14, 2019
Brown eyes meet brown eyes. His do not make conversation with mine. They look, but they don’t see. Not me, anyway. Pa. And me. His were in...