I will probably never be comfortable with nonblack usages of n—a and especially n—er, even if they’re merely referring to it and not using it.
We need to recognize that although these conversations may be taxing, they are necessary, and we need to talk about how to effectively approach them.
The faculty and staff coordinated Olad’s arrival and made sure he would be financially secure while staying at the college. Their efforts should be recognized.
In this episode of “Past Deadline,” host Grace Elletson sits down with Mahad Olad to discuss his recent article, ‘Escaping gay conversion therapy in Kenya,’ and what impact he hopes it has.
That is why I’m sharing my story: so the U.S. and other governments can do more to protect the vulnerable youth of Muslim backgrounds whose parents abuse them in the name of religion and culture.
The decision to pursue postsecondary education outside of my home came with the price of leaving my family behind. It was emotional and tumultuous.