Life and art’s cyclical relation means that what we show and how we show it matters.
As one meteoric trauma follows another, our continued capacity for pioneering keeps our heads above water—it keeps us breathing; it keeps us from suffocating under the weight of our crumbling reality.
“...I cannot deny that embracing any lens aside from Universal Pass to assess our work moving forward is to overshadow the struggles of the marginalized few for the pursuits of the privileged many.”
We took a stand—forcing Commission members to recognize that our movement is too driven by individuals; by flesh and blood.
Yale’s Political Publication Since 1947
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