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“TWO (WO)MEN IN A BURNING HOUSE MUST NOT STOP TO ARGUE” On the night George Zimmerman was acquitted for the murder of unarmed, 17-year-old Trayvon Martin, I had just left …

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My roots hail from San Antonio, Texas where I was born and raised in New York City.  I have a strong  connection with both cities.  Growing up in New York …

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written by Arlene Mejorado Amara Betty Martin is a multifaceted artist with no limitations in the avenues she takes to express her experiences and compassion she holds for the communities …

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Of all the places to collapse I choose a gas station in Albuquerque, NM. My head falls into my pareja’s lap as we sit in my car. Earlier in the …

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While the only “weird” thing still happening in Austin is the mass gentrification further exacerbated by every music festival, it still is home to black excellence: queer visual artist Beth …

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Interview by Arlene Mejorado and Ash Hicks. AM: How do you read the current hip-hop scene here in Austin with the city growing and undergoing heavy gentrification with residents coming …

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