You’ve heard about organic food – eating it is good for you and the planet. But what about when you just need to eat because you’re hungry? This spoken word piece tells the story of one of the millions of American children living with the risk of not having food each day. Step into his shoes to understand the bigger picture about economic and food justice.
Here’s the devastating truth about growing up in the US. We all know about the lessons we learn in school, but what’s missing from our history books? As these young women tell it, “The greatest lessons are the ones you don’t remember learning.” Since we don’t hear the brutal truth about injustice in history books, check out the stunning lessons in this poem.
Flavia Dzodan responded to white feminism with: “My feminism will be intersectional, or it will be bullshit.” We need to be inclusive of all struggles, including racism — even when it makes white feminists uncomfortable to have their white privilege pointed out. Check out this spoken word poem on why feminism must be intersectional around race.