“This is the way we create now — we come together and use art as ceremony.”
“We have been saying, ‘abortion is not an issue you should be running from, it is an issue you should be running on.'”
She witnessed the power of standing up, facing fear, and finding one’s agency — a power she has guided other women to unearth within themselves over the past 25 years.
Seraphia Gravelle (Aguallo) was 17 years old when she moved to Minnesota’s Iron Range from Texas to be close to
For Ingram, providing a superb experience to restaurant guests starts with taking care of her employees.
The events of 2020, from the outbreak of the pandemic to the uprising after the murder of George Floyd, sparked
We engage as human beings first.
“I think that ensuring justice for assault survivors is a priority for everyone. It just doesn’t always get the attention it deserves.”
Her role as a bridge between two countries enables her to see the value of an exchange of technical knowledge.
“It is not possible for someone to have a sense of physical, mental, and social well-being without having safe, stable, dignified housing.”
I can understand the challenges that make it hard to escape the abuse. Part of my support is reaffirming that I believe what they say.
“It is about examining the media industry and saying, ‘How can we be better collectively? How can we stop being an industry that causes further harm to marginalized and oppressed communities?’”