Juneteenth: Not A Day of Celebration, But of Remembrance

Aside from an individual’s blatant ignorance surrounding the existence of Juneteenth, I personally have grappled with my interpretation of my citizenship. Beyond my citizenship, it has been confusing to realize that American legislation grants me humanity. As a Black person, I am legitimized by politics. It becomes comical when some views are shared about the Black community being political…

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Maya L, M.A.

Maya L, M.A.

I explore the intersectionality of race and culture from a humanistic lens. Host of The Renegade Professor Podcast.