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PERSONAL ESSAY

It Wasn’t the Confederate Flag that Enraged Me

It was a hell-hot southwest Louisiana day. I had just left the investment property my wife and I had recently purchased. A contractor, a fat white man who claimed he was only…

PUBLIC VOICES

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POETRY & NARRATIVE FICTION

Crapshoot

Among the Ruins

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The Weighty Ethics of LillyDirect’s Telehealth Platform

Eli Lilly is partnering with Amazon Pharmacy to offer home delivery of medications, including Zepbound, through the LillyDirect platform—its recent foray into the telehealth market. This comes on the heels of surging demand for these drugs across the…

Awards shine spotlight on Asian representation in Hollywood

Asian-made film and TV productions – and their creators and actors – have been collecting major awards and nominations of late, a welcome signal that Asian American representation has been making positive…

The Grip of Gratitude

Teen’s Hair Threatens White Supremacy, not Education

High school student Darryl George has been kept from school, suspended for months because he will not allow white people in power to control his hair. School officials claim his hair style…