Freeman Hrabowski III, the president of the University of Maryland, Baltimore County, began his civil rights activism early in life.Read more
Sarafina Harper studies English, Anthropology, and Gender and Women’s studies at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County. She seeks to investigate current events using her anthropological background to reconcile the multitude of cultural lenses that shape our world. She understands the personal experience as inherently political and is an advocate for human rights. Sarafina is a poet and visual artist; her favorite canvases include every available wall, piece of furniture, or willing human being. She experiences live music as a spiritual sacrament and thrives where the freaks and artists wave their flags with pride.
Baltimore Mayor Katherine Pugh’s decision to abandon her support for a citywide $15 minimum wage continues to prompt outrage fromRead more
Former New York Times editor Jill Ambrasom and Kansas teenager Jensen Walcott share a common experience: both were fired afterRead more
When Melissa “Missy” Kirby survived a stroke three years ago, her doctors doubted that she would be able to openRead more
CANNON BALL, N.D. Firearms drawn, police entered tipis of the the Oceti Sakowin’s makeshift camp and ordered the families there toRead more
Kenneth Rogers Jr. wants you to know he was raped. The 32-year-old science fiction writer’s work took an unexpected turnRead more