A photo series by Nur Aishah Kenton
Month: October 2021
Her Name Is Chanel Miller
Everyone knows the name of Chanel Miller’s rapist; we know he could swim well, he liked steak, and that he went to Stanford. Yet, for a long time, we didn’t know Chanel’s name or all that she is: a writer, an artist, a poet, and a sister.
‘Untitled’ by Chole Tredrea
Written by Chloe Tredrea in June 2020
Ode to Lost Love
No time to be stuck in the past, dreaming of what on I coveted. These rose-tinted glasses are growing dull.
It Doesn’t Always Rain at Funerals
When someone dies, we do not always have to experience grief as sadness. We can appreciate and enjoy life through mourning the end of one.
Beyond the Law: How Memoir Empowers Survivors
Memoir can do what the legal system can’t: it voices a survivor’s truth, untainted by doubt and toxic myths, to an audience who listens.