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Accuracy • Independence • Integrity

April 24, 2019   |   Ithaca, NY

#MaybeHeDoesn’tHitYou & The Importance of Internet Activism

By | May 25, 2016

The hashtag MaybeHeDoesn’tHitYou was started by Afro-Latina artist and writer Zahira Kelly to raise awareness of abuse that isn’t physical or visible.

Let’s Redefine How We Teach Young Girls Body Acceptance and Confidence: A Response to Discovery Girls Magazine

By | May 10, 2016

Christina responds to an article in Discovery Girls Magazine called “Which Swimsuit Best Suits You” that promotes negative body image and beauty standards for young girls.

The Benefit of Being Bored

By | May 3, 2016

I am currently sitting on my bed starting and restarting this blog post.

Prioritizing Self-Care Over Productivity

By | Mar 30, 2016

Hello there blog,

How’s it going?

The Value of Not Knowing Anything

By | Jan 27, 2016

Hello beautiful people. I’m back and writing to you on a couch in my new apartment…in London.

Being Different: Some Thoughts on Being “The Activist”

By | Nov 30, 2015

A few weeks ago, I was on the phone with my Dad we were talking about an altercation I’d gotten into with someone via Facebook on the importance of saying #BlackLivesMatter vs.

Some Thoughts on Coming Home

By | Oct 19, 2015

I apologize for the small hiatus I took from writing, midterms were rough ya’ll and I really needed the break to recharge.

My Planned Parenthood Story

By | Sep 14, 2015

Christina Tudor shares her Planned Parenthood story in light of the recent attacks against the organization. Her story begins in September 2013 and continues into the present as Planned Parenthood continues to be the catalyst for her activism.

One Year Later: Some Reflections

By | Sep 11, 2015

Around this time a year ago I received some pretty distressing news.

Let’s Talk About Activist Burnout

By | Jul 28, 2015

Hi there, blog. Do you remember me?

The American Constitution Society Convention: A Reflection

By | Jun 26, 2015

This blog post was originally posted here on youngpeoplefor.org
About a week ago I walked twenty five minutes to the closest Forever 21 in pursuit of a professional-looking jacket at a reasonable price.

A Letter to my Eighteen-Year-Old Self

By | Jun 22, 2015

I’ve officially graduated from high school two years ago.