Our Color

By Daniella Djiogan I am a woman of color I was born to parents of color I didn’t choose to be of color But I don’t regret being born of color All I regret are the criticisms that come along with being of color The looks, the preconception, and the ignorance that surrounds my color…

Hybrids: People like us

by Devina Gunawan I call people who grow up in multicultural families ‘hybrids.’ It could mean anything, really. It could mean that one is metis, or what in Harry Potter world would be ‘mudblood.’ It could mean growing up in two or more countries. It could mean a lot of things. But I know those…