Sees of Intrigue is a monthly column from moi that features some of the best posts from our Artist and Healer Network. Spanning over three decades and diverse cultural, political, and spiritual herstories and communities, the Network is the essence of pluralism.
And thanks to Facebook, my news feed is always filled with incredibly interesting posts from these fine artists and healers. Many of these posts challenge assumptions and strive for social justice. They bring stories to the forefront that are often overlooked and ignored.
So in that spirit, this month the theme is Articles of Justice. Each of these articles highlights a different social issue. Whether it is about the rise of homelessness among families in San Francisco or Jamaica's new Prime Minister speaking out for LGBT civil rights, these articles make a difference.
Without further ado, here are the Articles of Justice.
Jimena Quiroga Hopkins: "Sugary drink ads target black and Latino children and teens" from NaturalNews.com
Deona Mendoza: "S.F. schools struggle with more homeless kids" from SFgate.com
Seeds of Intrigue is a new column from moi that features some of the best posts from our network.
Brittany Berman: "Sensitive Leadership" from BeyondThriving.com
Mari Villaluna: "Jamaica's New PM Portia Simpson-Miller Speaks Out for LGBT Rights, Says Gays Welcome in Her Cabinet: VIDEO" from Towleroad.com
Leah Weitz: "Deportation of U.S. Teen to Colombia Latest Failure of Immigration System" from DemocracyNow.org
Ramona Soto: "A Poem A Day: Portable, Peaceful And Perfect" from NPR.org
Margaret Bacon Schulze: "Japan prepares to nominate more sites for registration on global list" from JapanTimes.co.jp
Jason Wyman: "30 Years of AIDS: 6,200 Iconic Posters, 100 Countries, 1 Collector" from TheAtlantic.com