Category Archive: Anti-racism

The Madama Butterfly Effect

Copyright 2010 Yale Daily News Publishing Company, Inc. All rights reserved. Reprinted with Permission. Self I // oils on found wood, no primer // Larissa Pham By Larissa Pham I have never been… Continue reading

Weekend Roundup

Here are some articles we’ve read and loved this week. Check them out! Taking It All Off: Black Women, Nudity, and the Politics of Touch by Brittney Cooper at The Crunk Feminist Collective… Continue reading

A Brief Love Letter to Elementary 

By Alex Today, I am called upon to reflect on the glory of Elementary. The majesty of Lucy Liu’s existence, the splendor of Jonny Lee Miller’s hideous t-shirt wardrobe. How noble in reason,… Continue reading

The Ivory Tower Doesn’t Yet Have a Room for Brown Girls

By Larissa Pham “We just don’t do too much work on non-western art,” a classmate of mine was saying in seminar, speaking of her preference for European art. “It’s harder to speak about… Continue reading