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    Freedom Writers Let’s Go Postal makes bombarding your reps easy If there’s one thing we’ve learned over the past year, it’s that constant resistance is exhausting. Which is why anything that infuses it with a little fun is totally welcome. Like Let’s Go Postal (letsgopostal.com), a one-stop shop for all your postcard-protest-party needs, founded by BFFs Isadora Connor and Emma Shannon. Their “Host Kit” ($25, plus more if you want to add extra postcards or stamps) includes 100 colorful postcards (with slogans like “Pussy Writes Back” and...
    On Tuesday, October 3rd, 2017, 234 House Republicans voted “aye” and passed the “Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act” which, if passed by the Senate, would ban abortions after 20 weeks of gestation because they claim that the unborn fetus can feel pain. Everyone can agree that to not inflict pain onto others is the ultimate goal — but, who is this bill really protecting from pain? As explained by Live Science, The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG) has been clear that “the science shows...
  Hey baby, what's your sign? Check out our astrological advice for ladies looking to get laid from the back pages (wink wink) of our October/November 2017 issue, by astrologist Sonia Ortiz (and illustrated by Ada Buchholc). Libra Sept. 23 to Oct. 22Venus enters Libra on October 15, so get ready for some major flirting and fast luck in the dating department. Expect romances to heat up by the 22 when Mars slides into Libra’s DMs, but things slow down and get serious by November 2 when Saturn...
Latinx artists have always been an integral part of the broader culture of the United States of America. From the influence of Shakira and Sandra Cisneros, to Gina Rodriguez and Lin-Manuel Miranda, the cultural diversity of musicians, authors, actors and visual artists with Latin heritage is staggering and often underappreciated. Of course, Latin culture is as amorphorous and dynamic as the people within it, and the New Latin Wave festival in Brooklyn is aiming to bring contemporary Latinx creativity to a wider audience.  New Latin Wave...
    Another day, another 93 Americans shot dead. I didn’t get the numbers wrong, I’m talking about today. Because 93 is just the average number of people who are killed by gun violence on an average day in the United States. Sunday will be marked as an above-average day when it comes to numbers and statistics, because 58 people in the same place were shot and killed in a matter of sickeningly smattering seconds while attending a concert in Las Vegas. They were all innocent, helpless victims...