In defense of #hashtagactivism. For the most part. Continue reading
If you have any respect for your music or your (potential) fans, then you need some fucking diversity. And not just to groove with some kind of agenda I have for all types of media to better reflect marginalized communities, though that is a huge part of it. Continue reading
Boston doesn’t have slums like Brazil does. Nor do we have such pervasive government corruption. But inviting the Olympics to our city would mean needing real answers about how to host the games without causing harm to our neighborhoods, be that related to increased police presence or potential displacement. Continue reading
The backlash against trigger warnings is sadly indicative of an all too common trend in our society: The unwillingness of people with privilege to make space for those who have experienced violence or oppression. Continue reading
So guys. It was the first DigBoston poetry night. What grade do you give it overall?
Toni Bee: It was a big A-plusser. Continue reading