On the Depp v. Heard trial, the politics of crying, the unique misogyny actresses face, and the weaponized fears of white women
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“We are all in the gutter, but some of us are looking at the stars.” — Oscar Wilde
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Each year on January 11, Human Trafficking Awareness Day is recognized across the U.S. This year, we should examine what we are actually building…
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Last week, Vice published my article about second chance employers and the barriers people face when looking for work after prison. I worried a lot over…
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Before I was a homeless teenager, I was a child actor in the 90s with parents who circumvented child labor laws, the Coogan Act, and SAG-AFTRA union…
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My journey down the rabbit hole of trying to understand how someone who also grew up homeless could possibly vote against raising the minimum wage
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I joined AmeriCorps out of desperation when I graduated during the 2008 recession. I hope Gen Z doesn’t make the same mistake during COVID's dismal job…
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How can we effectively reform CPS, an agency that is complicit in child abuse and endangerment?
Things that Lyft drivers do not say to my husband…
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How p:ear, an art program for homeless youth in Portland, Oregon saved my life
Only a few hours left to vote today, Seattle!
I don’t know if all journalists cry after interviews, but I cried after listening to the arduous and beautiful journey of the Alati family. I’m so…