Essays Featured on RM220

Opinion: The Poor Shouldn’t Feel Guilty About Spending During the Pandemic

Lately, I’ve found myself spending a significant amount of money on things that I believe…

Free the Work:

Reflection on a Desire for a People’s Literature By Kristina Kay Robinson Today, Black Americans…

Our City of Perpetual Disaster?

We all know the story, like the intro sequence of a self-serious, binge-worthy TV drama.…

A Red Moment Alone: I took out my own IUD

Hey, guess what I did today? I had a nice lunch with my mom, went…

Written in Lightning : (Looking Back at Watchmen)

Damon Lindelof’s Watchmen chooses to speak directly to Black America Watchmen is widely regarded to…

The Illusion of Change: What Afrofuturism is doing for mainstream comics

photo by Alex Smith ig:@alexoteric I got hooked on comics before I could read. My older…

The Orpheus of New Orleans: Daiquiri Jones Brings Poetry Back to its Roots

On St. Claude Avenue, I was waiting to cross over Elysian Fields with a poet…

Bodies of Knowledge: Can Contemporary Art subvert or challenge the status quo without recreating it in new forms?

“Working with materials that range from books and silent film to ink, ashes and musical…

Jellyfish!  Cibo Matto!  Paramore! Dance Gavin Dance!  Living The Color! Pavement! (A look back at “Together Nonlinear”)

It’s Midnight and I am laying awake in my bed. Staring at the ceiling, my…

Locked at the End of the World

NOTE: Antenna will host a screening of Locked on Thursday, June 13th, 7PM including a…

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