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Wear Your Voice Mag 1h
“That last part, the forced suffering, is precisely why we shouldn’t let white men who deem themselves ‘geniuses’ off the hook for the harm they cause in the name of ‘authenticity’.” by :
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Wear Your Voice Mag 2h
“Since our government has not been competent [...], it’s going to take all of us to properly care for ourselves and one another to ensure that as many of us as possible survive this pandemic.” by :
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Wear Your Voice Mag 3h
“[B]ody-shaming buzzwords are fueling a mental health epidemic that is highly profitable for some, and life-threatening for others. This means that to tackle this epidemic, we need to address the capitalist system underlying it.”
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Wear Your Voice Mag 4h
Replying to @DwayneDavidPaul
yes and yes!
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Replying to @SherrondaJBrown
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Wear Your Voice Mag 4h
“White people systematically aren’t my friends. They aren’t my peers. They are not the solution because I know they will never choose me.” by :
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Wear Your Voice Mag 5h
Co-written by our editors (, , and ), WYV officially has a manifesto! Read it and digest exactly what our feminism is, and exactly who we write for:
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Wear Your Voice Mag 5h
Replying to @WearYourVoice
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Wear Your Voice Mag 5h
A Monday morning mood board:
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third tico sister 🪐 6h
can always count on this amazing mag for the Real Takes
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Kate 5h
"the problem w this thinking is that it obscures that these “leaders” mentioned worked in tandem... That no forward movement would have been made toward liberation w/out participation & collaboration between different Black people, politics & ideas about how to tackle injustices"
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Wear Your Voice Mag 6h
The rush to deify Angela Davis comes from an interesting concoction that includes celebrity, the co-opting of civil rights movements, and the simultaneous hypervisibility and invisibility that Black women experience in general. by :
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Wear Your Voice Mag 7h
“I deserve to be nourished and fulfilled. I deserve to be abundant.” by :
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Wear Your Voice Mag 21h
When my mom once named ED as a possibility to one of the doctors, without hesitation, he responded: “That’s not likely, as eating disorders aren’t typically seen in boys, especially when they are African-American and overweight.” by :
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Wear Your Voice Mag 23h
“...though many people have somehow grasped the corrupt nature of the police, some still have a hard time grasping that the U.S. military does in fact commit the same atrocities abroad.” by :
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Wear Your Voice Mag Jul 5
“It is impossible to build two states on land which was violently stolen through the ethnic cleansing of Indigenous people.” Cross-post from by and :
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Wear Your Voice Mag Jul 5
We need your help! We are trying to reach $20k on Patreon. We offer tiers as low as $1/month. We need to reach our goal to keep running our magazine.
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Wear Your Voice Mag Jul 5
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ANGRYANGRYHAWAIIAN Jul 4
In response to the abhorrent amerikkkan flags littered in Kailua, some anonymous Kiaʻi took it upon themselves to correct the injustice and celebration of oppression by reminding settlers whose land this is and whose country they stole. Long live the Hawaiian nation.
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Wear Your Voice Mag Jul 5
“The thing about white supremacy is that it does not merely subsist through the consumption of the Other; it whitewashes by de-emphasizing and lessening these misdeeds and others.” by :
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