“How Lucky” is arguably (subjectively) the best song on John Prine’s 1979 Album Pink Cadillac.
Someone recently told me that they’re starting to forget what it was like to live in isolation from March 2020 onward; upon reflection, I realized I’m starting to forget too.
“Our memory is made up of our individual memories and our collective memories. The two are intimately linked. And history is our collective memory. If our collective memory is taken from us – is rewritten – we lose the ability to sustain our true selves.”
Take a look at our too dope all about memory and the way we interact with each other through our individual and cultural memories.
We’re much more likely to remember things that are important to us, things that we make note of.
Rainbow washing allows organizations to use the rainbow Pride colors to suggest to consumers that they support the LGBTQIA+ community, without having to put in actual effort or produce a tangible outcome for queer folk. This year stakes appear higher for corporations and there has been an obvious lack of rainbow washing leading into June […]
While I haven’t had a chance to check out the new Spider-Verse movie I have seen so many amazing edits of Hobie Brown, aka Spider-Punk. As it turns out Cody Ziglar, one of the writers of the Spider-Punk comics, has created a Spotify playlist that’s really helping me gear up for the movie. As with […]
We do some pretty cool work out in Fresno and the young people there do some amazingly cool works of their own. This month Fresno held its first Latinx graduation ceremony, an event advocated for and organized by local high school students. Some of their goals were to highlight higher education amongst Latinx/Chicanx families and […]
As we get into summer it’s the ideal time to get outside to enjoy what the great outdoors have to offer but “according to the most recent National Parks Service survey, about 78 percent of those who visit federal parks are white. Meanwhile, African Americans, Latinos, women, and members of the LGBTQ community often report […]
“The more I’ve been able to learn about gay rights and equal pay and gender equity and racial inequality, the more that it all intersects. You can’t really pick it apart. It’s all intertwined.” ― Megan Rapinoe
After listening to an HBR IdeaCast Podcast early last week about how ChatGPT should be explored in the workplace I was fascinated by what this might mean for people. According to the MIT Technology Review “generative AI models hold the promise of automating all sorts of tasks that were previously thought to be solely in […]
I was reminded at the beginning of the year just how much David Bowie influenced my taste in music, so I’ve been on a mission to listen to his entire discography. Hunky Dory, his fourth studio album, contains so may of my favorite songs like Changes, Oh! You Pretty Things, Fill Your Heart, and The […]