One of the greatest challenges of political polarization is that all participants are passionately convinced of their own grasp on the truth.
Upon returning to New York at the start of 2021, I witnessed a very different city than I was used to seeing. “Isolation” is a visual representation of the loneliness and the emptiness found on New York City’s streets during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Where I come from, there is graffiti everywhere. This place is their museum, an outlet for their frustration, inspirations, and pride.
A showcase from the Spring 2021 Arts Workshop “Creating a Full-Length Text/Music Performance and Recording”
I came to the city to write. I hoped to find a bustling literary community to feed my spirit and offer me some kind of identity in a dizzying mass of humanity.
The responses of Christian organizations to the AIDS epidemic in the 1980s and to the current coronavirus pandemic reveal how faith is interlaid with freedom and emphasize Christianity's impact in secular realms.
A queer sense of volume filling the ears with silence. Like a child’s hand in his hand. Body quivers and aches. Touch me not.
A look at pandemic's effect on canning, the practice of collecting cans and bottles throughout New York City and returning them to redemption centers for money.