When The U.S Government Fails, Mutual Aid Workers Step Up: Part I by Brianna Milon

When The U.S Government Fails, Mutual Aid Workers Step Up Happy New Year!  I know we are all so excited to be getting a fresh slate and looking ahead to better days. I wanted to start off this year by showing thanks to local people and organizations who are helping this community get through toughContinue reading “When The U.S Government Fails, Mutual Aid Workers Step Up: Part I by Brianna Milon”

Youth Activist Sarah Adams Is Hope for The Future by Brianna Milon

Youth Activist Sarah Adams Is Hope for The Future I have faith in the future because of students like Sarah Adams. At just 14-years-old, Sarah has made strides in Rochester with the school district and social justice.  She was marching this past Summer for Daniel Prude. She has protested teacher cuts for the Rochester CityContinue reading “Youth Activist Sarah Adams Is Hope for The Future by Brianna Milon”

Black Womxn Are More Than Their Strength by Brianna Milon

Black Womxn Are More Than Their Strength Calling a Black womxn strong is not a compliment. That might sound strange because ‘strong’ is such a positive adjective. Most would be grateful to hear others use that term to describe them. But for Black Womxn the term makes us feel exhausted. It’s a term that isContinue reading “Black Womxn Are More Than Their Strength by Brianna Milon”