A collection of articles and links centering my interests around environmental, racial, and social justice. Much of it intertwines with Indigenous knowledge.



  • The Jail Tapes in the Dumpster, Reveal Podcast (April 2021) – A murder conviction sent Myon Burrell to prison for life when he was a teenager. An investigative reporter dug into what seemed a hopeless case. What she found helped free him.



  • Alok Vaid-Menon: The Urgent Need for Compassion, The Man Enough Podcast (August 2021) – As the creator of the growing movement to degender fashion, ALOK is helping others move beyond the binary into full expression. In a conversation filled with wisdom, historical insight, and radical mercy, ALOK challenges us to value compassion over comprehension, to try harder for each other in the name of love, and reminds us that learning is a sign of being alive.



  • Oli London Says They’re ‘Nonbinary Korean’, Paper Magazine (June 2021) – Oli London is facing immense online backlash for announcing they “identify as nonbinary Korean.” On Monday, the white British influencer posted a YouTube video elaborating on previous tweets, in which they said they were now using they/them pronouns, in addition to “kor/ean” and “Ji/min” neopronouns.
  • The Redemption of Justin Bieber, GQ (May 2021) – He made every mistake a child star can make, including the ones that nearly destroyed him. Now—fortified by God, marriage, and a new album, Justice—Justin Bieber is putting his life back together, one positive, deliberate step at a time.