We fight for a liberated future

Dear friends, There is so much to unpack, so much we want to express and don’t have the words to say, knowing that sometimes words just are not enough.  Almost a year has passed since the murder of George Floyd. Almost a year until reaching the final verdict: Derek Chauvin. Guilty. On three counts. Still,…

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Tree Girl’s Budding Thoughts by Caela Collins (Part 2)

Part 2 I had to lose my identity in order to find myself. As a Tree, I was only worried aboutmy own growth; I didn’t care about the trees around me, I just wanted to be big andtall but in order to grow like that, you need strong roots. The joke was on mebecause the…

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Holy Patrimony

Following the rise of freedom of sexual identity, gender fluidity and relationship nonconformity, there has been a recent decline in traditional, heterosexual marriage in the western world in which I reside. The way my peers discuss marriage has changed drastically since my childhood. Growing up, I just assumed that I would get married because that…

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Social Justice Activism in Sports

Athletes are more than just players on a field, teammates on a court, or partners in a match. Athletes use their voices and actions through their respective sports. Professional athletes from all around the world have either faced or witnessed problematic instances of social inequality. Social justice and sports have collided for decades and formed…

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ANNOUNCING BREAKTHROUGH’S NEW HEAD OF STRATEGY & PROGRAM!

He is “one of the most influential black writers and thinkers of our time—a beautiful, intentionally complex feminist activist writing liberatory futures,” says prominent activist Janet Mock. He has been named one of Ebony magazine’s Power 100, The Root 100 and Planned Parenthood’s 99 Dream Keepers. His new book, No Ashes in the Fire, is an O Magazine top book of the…

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