Why not Non-Violence?

During his recollection of youth experiences growing up in Brownsville, Tyson describes fighting on street corners in organized fights in which he, tiny Mike, would win by laying out kids far larger than he was. He said it gave him an overwhelmingly empowered sense of identity, in some regard a reconciliation for previous mistreatments of the past. … More Why not Non-Violence?

Post-Colonial Fro-Yo

So there we were, eating frozen yogurt in a perky, neon shop on the main street in our Connecticut shoreline town. My husband, strewn across a bright green sofa, and myself, legs akimbo on a vinyl orange dot, shoveling a mixture of crushed Oreos, gummy sharks, and frozen berries into our mouths while we stared … More Post-Colonial Fro-Yo

The Museum

Glass doors divide and partition untamed unruly poisonous ivies from clean and gentle hands, cooled skin of patriots touring the shores of abstract feminists self-expressionists post-oxygenists … Slotted floors coming up beneath the foot to cry and creak, wooden planks unbuttoning their shirts to breathe and move freely under the pressure of each purposeful, steel … More The Museum