Loey and Emma are Friends and the Lesbian Agenda

by Minna Nizam They keep their friendship private They don’t know how to hide it Are they friends? Or is it simply a crush? Will they ever reveal their friendship too much? In what capacity is their friendship? Love? Lust? Familiar? What does their friendship entail? Forbidden to an extent Yet the secret is there Society’s standards of women loving women  Are more accepting today, … Continue reading Loey and Emma are Friends and the Lesbian Agenda

Benign Soul

by Nicole Hayes My master has a benign soul. Denying me opportunity to learn. Hanging my intellectualism, on branches near the surface. My deep wounds are covered, in bandages too small to mask the pain. I sweep the tears under rugs, allowing darkness to win the battle. I am a slave. Running through fields of stigmas, attached to my brown skin, escaping chains of my … Continue reading Benign Soul

Renewal

Good Morning Revisionaries! In celebration of April, Earth Day, and the end of a long winter, we announce our April theme “Renewal.” We are keeping this topic broad for a reason-renewal is something different for each one of us. Whether spiritual, physical, emotional, artistic, or any of the other ways that we experience rebirth and renewal, we want to hear your stories about what this … Continue reading Renewal

No, There Are Not Only Two Genders: Women’s History is Trans History

By Sidney Wegener The following article addresses transphobia in the medical community as a historic and ongoing threat to transgender folks safety. While there is no discussion of assault or violence, discriminatory language and deadnaming quoted in sources may be triggering for some individuals. In February of 2021, Marjorie Taylor Greene, republican Rep. for Georgia state, which occupies unceded land historically stewarded by a Mvskoke … Continue reading No, There Are Not Only Two Genders: Women’s History is Trans History

I will not cry again

by Zuzanna Pawlowska I know I promised you I won’t cry againThat I will be strongThat I will fightThat I will embrace the painBut then you had to die againYou had to have your rights taken away againThey called you a human incubator againReduced your life to producing childrenTook away your humanity,They tried to make you invisible againAnd then you fled again, escaping pain, seeking … Continue reading I will not cry again

International Womxn’s Day

Dear ReVisionaries, We would just like to take this chance to wish you happy International Womxn’s Day. Below are a few links to information about incredible Womxn activists. We hope you take a moment to read about these remarkable Womxn and their contributions to Womxn’s Equality. https://interactive.unwomen.org/multimedia/timeline/womenunite/en/index.html#/ https://www.awid.org https://www.globalcitizen.org/en/content/young-women-activists-impacting-africa/ https://sg.asiatatler.com/society/powerful-women-fighting-for-fairness-in-asia Continue reading International Womxn’s Day

Clean Slates Call for Crafting: How to Make Your Own Vision Board

By Elizabeth Tripp Recently, after a painful breakup, I decided to make my very first vision board. I wanted to turn my heartache into an opportunity to build a better, brighter future for myself. Visualization is a powerful mental exercise and has been proven to increase motivation and confidence. I was also looking for a fun distraction; blissfully, creating my vision board took up an … Continue reading Clean Slates Call for Crafting: How to Make Your Own Vision Board

The Walking Purchase and the Dismissal of the Delaware Nation v. Commonwealth: Legal Institutions as Instruments of the Settler State

by Noelle Iati In 2004, the Delaware Nation sued the owners of over 300 acres of land in the “Forks” region of Northampton County, Pennsylvania, attempting to reclaim possession. The land, they claimed, was tribal land, obtained by Europeans through a fraudulent transaction, then granted to a Native man named Tunda “Moses” Tatamy, and then resold upon his death by Pennsylvania land speculators with no … Continue reading The Walking Purchase and the Dismissal of the Delaware Nation v. Commonwealth: Legal Institutions as Instruments of the Settler State

Exerting Native Sovereignty in the Time of “Something Else”

By Drs. Nicole Blalock and Cueponcaxochitl D. Moreno Sandoval Feature Photo, courtesy of Dr. Vanessa Esquivido (Nor Rel Muk Wintu, Hupa, and Xicana) Embedded within the United States are five hundred and seventy-four federally recognized, and dozens of state recognized, Native nations [1], and more that are neither state nor federally recognized. These first peoples of the land were her original caretakers before settler colonization, … Continue reading Exerting Native Sovereignty in the Time of “Something Else”

Who Profits off of The Luck Of the Irish?

By Sarah Weinstock The new Crown season dropped Sunday. Being a fan, I immediately bumped up to the first thing on my list of things to watch. The first episode introduced the viewer to the IRA (Irish Republican Army- an organization that was Anti-British colonial rule of Northern Ireland )and the Irish troubles between Northern Ireland and England. I studied mostly British and Irish history … Continue reading Who Profits off of The Luck Of the Irish?