(Issue 1) Music Feature: Andreanna

Interviewed and Photographed by Joana Meurkens Andreanna is a biracial musician born and bred in Boston, Massachusetts. She has a certain air about her, when she walks into a room everybody holds their breath. She emanates pure beauty and strength. After spending a humid afternoon running around Tompkins Square Park taking photos, we sat down…

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I found the best Kiswahili teacher during lockdown – my mother by Yasmin Hackett

The feeling of shame that comes with the territory of being a monolingual second-generation immigrant is probably a familiar one to those with parents who, by comparison, can flit between three different languages in just one conversation. It’s one I’ve found increasingly tricky to navigate as I’ve grown older, and, as someone who also happens…

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Latinx and Queer Representation in Hulu’s Love, Victor by E.M Rivera

Love, Victor is Hulu’s spin-off of the successful film Love, Simon and follows a similar narrative; a high-school-aged boy and his coming out journey. The major difference between the show and it’s predecessor is the main character of Love, Victor is Latinx. This is particularly exciting as there are many nuances to Latinx culture, one…

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