When I listen to family stories, apart from being enthralled by the details of a country I’m not personally familiar with, I feel an almost stressful compulsion to remember all the details—dates, names, the exact sequence of events.
Sanctuary cities are not the lawless circuses that the Trump administration declares them to be.
When going about the process of dismantling institutionalized inequality, the only way to make significant change is to do it from within the system.
When the statistics of poverty and health connect and staggeringly go against African Americans, we need to realize that the problem is, in fact, institutional racism.
Imagine if the Miami Hurricane staff wasn’t able to freely call out our administration in editorials or if our opinion writers couldn’t voice their thoughts on controversial topics such as abortion or hazing. We can’t, and no one should have to.
We often discuss privilege and recognize white privilege, socio-economic privilege and gender privilege. However, one that falls in our blind spot is heterosexual cisgender privilege.