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Colleen Tighe is an illustrator, cartoonist, and usually the very loud, grumpy person in the back of the room. She is too stubborn to give up on a socialist future.
Our bodies presented themselves as allegories / to untangle. Then rain blurred the forest.
It feels sadder when a black person says Nigga
Because it sounds like Nigger. It feels sadder
When a brother or. . .
Aim behind the ear. Point blank is a mercy.
If this were sacred, we’d let it run freely as it dies.
While labor leaders drag their feet about police unions, members demand radical change.
Notes on the end of funerals.
Two books consider how U.S. policy ravages the Northern Triangle.