Tag: Boston

Life at the Margins (II)

[Image Description: Historic light-stone Trinity Church in downtown Boston is seen behind a deciduous tree which is covered in green leaves. Behind the tower and/or steeple of the stone house of worship rises the glass-sided high rise of the John Hancock Tower. In the background of the left side of the picture, above a small building attached to the left side of Trinity church, rises another tall, square, brick building.]

Life at the Margins: Reflections on Oppression Part 2: Past the Borders of  Familiarity This is the second of five essays I am writing in cooperation with Pridebuzz.com. If you haven’t had a chance to read the first installment, I would advise you to do so for some context on this piece. Where we left

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