Trans Love by Seigar

This series presents the love relationship between Yuli (24) and Alekai (27), who have a strong bond among them as it shows in the photographs. They have been together for two years and three months, and one year and a half with Frida: the little pet. They look like and they are a nice family.…

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“Little Road, NJ” by Jasmine Shaw

Jasmine Shaw is an emerging artist that is extremely passionate about Photography
and Design and its story-telling power. Her work examines her Chinese American
identity through the lens of adoption and other overlooked communities. She explores
her identity through photographing environments, family members, other Asian
Americans, and Asian adoptees. Her work reveals the dynamic aspects of experience
multiple cultures and breaking down preconceptions of culturally mixed identities is an
important aspect of her art. She enjoys shooting in film and digital formats.

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Atabei Designs

BY: AMANDA FRANQUI Amanda is a Puerto Rican woman born and raised in the Bronx. Similar to this magazine, the uproar and demand for justice is what inspired her to start her handmade shop.“ I felt the urgency to help… the best way I felt I could contribute to the fight, was to use my…

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“Omen” by Jurien Huggins

“Omen”, (a series born out of Covid Quarantine) has a few definitions, which makes it difficult to explain where it came from. The easiest explanation is that it is a surrealist take on the duality in our personalities. Most people live their lives believing that they are trustworthy, but have no difficulty crafting falsehoods. One…

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Editor’s Note

by Stephanie Eyocko The seeds for the food section were sown over a phone call I had with my mother, Sabine Eyocko, in March.  I had an appetite for Ndole, an aromatic Cameroonian stew made of bitter leaves (Vernonia amygdalina) and a rich paste of groundnut, onions, garlic. As it cooks, crayfish is added and…

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