Writings

This is my childhood home. Or what’s left of it. Located in the Larkwood subdivision on Bissonnet and Fondren in Southwest Houston, the windows to our house remain propped open …

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Tahila Xicahuamazatl Mintz is a photographer, filmmaker, artist, educator, community organizer, and healer. Tahila has lived photographing and recording stories of women and communities throughout the Americas, Africa, Middle East, …

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How does growth sprout from chaos? Everything seems to be spiralling out of control these days, from our anxiety to our romantic relationships. Thankfully, we have poetry. Poetry offers us …

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I kiss your hand…and in kissing your hand I bless myself. (Khalil Gibran) We’ve all been there. We’ve become emotionally vulnerable to people with too many wounds that couldn’t possibly …

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In the short documentary Life Between Borders: Black Migrants in Mexico, filmmaker Ebony Bailey takes a close look at the growing population of Black families and workers seeking opportunities for …

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Report raids to the Migra Watch hotline 1-844-363-1423 or if in the Austin area to  512-402-4999, ICE is only allowed to detain those who have a WARRANT. ICE raids are nothing new. …

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