Scoundrel Time

Facing an Uncertain Future, a DACA Recipient Dreams of the Past

  As an honors student at a prestigious East Coast University, Marisela Vasquez* felt forced to lie about why she did not study abroad. “That was the hardest conversation to have junior year–I would...

Resisting Division: Legislation You Can Support

Maybe you’ve noticed it, how quickly we other those with whom we disagree, dehumanizing them into enemies. During this exhausting year of resistance, it has become easy to adopt an us-versus-them mentality—the...

Defend the Dreamers

The good and bad news is that in our country executive power is fleeting. Presidents can issue executive orders that become law, but the following president can just as easily undo those orders. On Tuesday...

Waiting for the Rain to Stop

We are weary. Beat down by months of one repulsive and impulsive tweet-turned-executive-order after another. And now, horrific Harvey, which officials estimate will send 30,000 Texas residents into shelters...

Where You Belong: Reflections of a Naturalized Citizen, After Charlottesville

  If you were a young woman newly arrived in America from India, you likely had no memory of persecution or war. You did not flee in fear of torture, dictators, or imprisonment. Perhaps you had a fear of...

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