Poetic Justices

The Asylum of My Literature Class

October 21, 2016mwkr35wg-1397010042

by Sneha Subramanian Kanta

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Unidos Con La Voice of the People 

September 7, 2016mexican_agricultural_laborers_harvesting_sugar_beets8d29112v

by Rosa Conrad

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Black Night

June 4, 2016martinique-206916_960_720

by Makhi Williams-Kent

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Final Rest

April 29, 2016hallway-867226_960_720

by Matthew Chase and Rosa Conrad

Giving a tribute of respect and dignity for the dying loved ones we cherish in our lives as they meet their final days and moments.

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Woman on the Bus Bench 

April 15, 2016IMG_8567 (1)

by Rosa Conrad

Revealing the invisible struggles of those with no home to call their own and who survive on the very same streets we pass through ourselves.

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The Color of Guilt 

April 8, 201611174769014_936f36a5da_b

by Matthew Chase

Exploring what it means to confront white guilt, privilege, and the role of an ally.

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Borderland Pride of the Banderas 

April 1, 2016A_Day_Without_Immigrants_-_Horse-mounted_police_officer,_Mexican_and_American_flags,_protesters-1

by Rosa Conrad

Addressing the appreciation for and importance of Mexican culture and identity in the United States.

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I Am

December 11, 2015IMG_3451

by Denise Nealon

Speaking to the struggles of poverty, government welfare, and silenced voices.

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Concrete Jungle

October 11, 201515474965888_4b41776bb5_b

by Matthew Chase

Addressing what it’s like to be homeless and denied a helping hand.

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She Stayed 

July 31, 2015IMG_20150419_185249

by Edwina Williams

Discussing the misconceptions about women who stay in abusive relationships and domestic violence situations.

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El Coyote

June 12, 2015Migrant

by Rosa Conrad

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Dreamers & Impostors 

May 29, 2015

by Rosa Conrad and Matthew Chase

Describing the struggle of first-generation college students navigating the higher education system.

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Miss Fortunes

May 21, 2015prison-fence-218456_640

by Matthew Chase

Narrating the life of a man in reflection of his misdeeds and missed fortunes.

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Viviendo en Liminal Borderlands

May 15, 20157253_image

by Rosa Conrad

Reflecting on life lived in the borderlands.

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Society Calls Me Ugly

May 7, 2015img_20150418_192911

by Edwina Williams

Shedding light on the pain and struggle of a black woman faced with unrealistic standards of beauty in a white society.

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