summer of aliens “Momma, I’m coming home.”
an alien in the land of sleep there is no magic cure for insomnia, but worrying less about sleep might help. ruby brunton on insomnia.
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“Non-residency is so fragile.“ Shruti Iyer discusses strategic alien-adapting, season affective disorder, and sisterhood under the constant threat of deportation.
A teacher reflects on the school day when language barriers in the classroom threw everything off balance.
urban outfitters releases new tee shirt line, featuring stonewall rioters: marsha p. johnson and sylvia rivera.
Rihanna might very well be launching her own fashion brand. Look out for $CHOOL KILLS in the coming months.
The NYPD adds 1300 cops to the force, kills one of the men who escaped from prison in May, plus other macabre news from Baltimore and Idaho.
How to write about the injuries of migrant workers without reducing the complexities of individuals (or work itself!) to liberal calls for policy change and progress? Tiana Reid approaches a poetics of injury and work refusal via a conversation with Jamaican farm laborer Andrew.
Dan Allegretto got truly emotional about the sky the other day.
De-Arrests are Beautiful These simple actions show us that the law and the state are not supernatural forces.
cops give us 20 more reasons to say they are bastards. ash jegroo stops by to give us the update on what the cops have been up to this week: killing, brutalizing, and otherwise terrorizing people.
What if Black Americans decided that fighting institutionalized racism in America was a lost cause, and migrated abroad? This might seem like a totally outlandish proposal, but it has happened before. In the early 20th Century, Black Americans sought refuge and new opportunities in the Soviet Union.
Happy Birthday, Tupac Shakur, celebrate with four speeches of the songwriter and rapper on racism and inequality.
In this month’s installment of “Prisons are for Burning,” Neal Shirley explains why abolitionist discourse is not as exciting as it may seem.
Jeanne Added’s new album, Be Sensational, is idealistic without being pedantic, give-no-fucks and still gracious.
This Week in #ACAB The number of people killed by police in 2015 hit 500 this week, but it wasn’t their record of murder that put cops in the news recently.
We asked second generation immigrants about growing up in and around multiple worlds, across demands to assimilate and keep family heritage alive. Here’s what they had to say.
Nine years ago, Ryan Fletcher came very close to dying after being jumped and assaulted by a dozen people. He still lives with residual trauma and chronic pain. This is the story about the single most important date in his life.
Affect matrix on the bathroom wall. Here’s how to feel about unionized writers, Willow Smith for Marc Jacobs, and SoundCloud’s royalty deals.
Calling white people rude got her fired Jesus Christ, you can’t bring these whiny white people anywhere.
Three Aliens stop by to let us in on their thoughts on their regrets, favorite summer past times, and what's on their playlists right now.
Binge-watching Pretty Little Liars. ABC Family’s teen mystery series portrays the young-girl as the antagonist political subject who look at dads and the police like: “sus”. Last night marked the first episode of the sixth season, so hurry and catch up!
With a rowdy cohort of planets in Gemini this month, our energy is likely to be quick, curious, and easily distracted. Add a month-long conjunction of Mars and the Sun, and our over-caffeinated state can quickly turn stormy.
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