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15 Aug 2016

How Many Lives Is A Gold Medal Worth?

Since the 2009 announcement of the XXXI Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, over 22,000 families–upwards of 77,000 humans–have been relocated out of their communities in the name of redevelopment and good ole’ fashioned competition. Communities were torn down to build Olympic Village, but after the excitement of the Olympics

Neek Carmella 1
19 Feb 2015

Color Me Blank: Self-Labeling in times of Neo-Liberalism

According to National Geographic, in 2050 the United States population is believed to become a mixed, interracial and an even more homogenous/diverse country than it is now. As a result of this threat, traditional phenotypical races are becoming wary of the trends, census stats and the lingo used to define

Jennifer Nilenie - The Destitute-Social Critic 0