Keziah Anne is an educator and activist based out of Daly City, CA, and she came in to share her thoughts about patriarchy, racism, education, and power.
It's easy to get caught up in the flow of life. New things come and go, and some may really catch your attention. It's important though to maintain an understanding of the truly important things in life and not get sidetracked pursuing something that isn't really worth the time.
This is an overview and analysis of Yen Le Epiritu's Asian American Women and Men (Labor, Laws, and Love). An accurate understanding of inequality is a prerequisite for effective social change.
There’s wisdom in letting go and breathing through the troubles. There’s good in being able to let go of expectations.
A writer is a citizen; and as citizen he must safeguard his civil rights and liberties. Life is a collective work and also a social reality. Therefore the writer must participate with his fellow man in the struggle to protect, to brighten, to fulfill life. Otherwise he has no meaning - a nothing.
Wanting to be perfect is based on the desire to look good in the eyes of others. And that's a complete waste of time.