February 5, 2020

Acknowledging whose land we stand on, and how we came to be on this land, is an important part of creating space to do something about how we treat that land, the peoples who lived on it, and others who live on other lands. Sharing this acknowledgement at the beginning...

I was lucky enough to see Melissa Febos on a panel at Unbound Book Festival in April. Her words about heritage, addiction and identity were very powerful for me. Her father is a Wampanoag Indian who left her with nothing but dark skin and a heritage of addiction (her w...

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