I’m Not Racist — But I’m Not Sure I’m Anti-Racist

What ‘Me and White Supremacy’ taught me about racism and anti-racism. White supremacy brings to mind images of the Ku KLUX Klan. I am not a member of the KKK. I am not racist. Then I read Me and White Supremacy by Layla Saad. And I had to ask myself if I AM part of the problem, partContinue reading “I’m Not Racist — But I’m Not Sure I’m Anti-Racist”

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‘The President Show’ Is a Dazzling and Haunting Debut novel

This dystopian world reveals a patriarchal, repressive society that sexualizes women with a culture of compliance. Recently, it feels like it has been hard to be a woman. A few weeks ago, a YouGov poll revealed that 97% of women aged between 18–24 in the UK had experienced sexual harassment in some form. Amidst womenContinue reading “‘The President Show’ Is a Dazzling and Haunting Debut novel”

A Book From Each Genre That Made up My Favourite Reads of 2020

Switching it up from the classic ‘top ten books of the year’ — I have chosen my favourites by each genre. I’m done with writing about how awful 2020 has been, since there are only so many times one can state the obvious. Instead, I’d like to focus on one of the best aspects ofContinue reading “A Book From Each Genre That Made up My Favourite Reads of 2020”