Watching Hillary Rodham Clinton stand up and defend women’s right to choose in-front of her nation, and to some extent the entire world, was one of the most powerful moments for me this US election. That she did so in-front of a man who was clamoring for the power to punish women for having abortions made this a defining moment in my living history.
When I come to white progressive liberal spaces like my feed on Facebook, I hear mostly fantasy politics. I hear all the reborn third-party advocates who get to debate and philosophize about a better tomorrow, while basking in the luxury of completely being able to ignore what is being asked of them today. Those […]