June 19th, 2020
We chanted. We marched. We fought. But the fight is not over. The women’s movement has been in full swing for decades, and while much progress has been made, we are far from finished.
July 12th, 2020
Growing up in New York's 1980's and early '90's is a particular signature; one that is unmatchable anywhere, one that if you missed it, you'll never completely feel what it was.
August 10th, 2020
"If this organization was helping my community, what narrative would I want to be circulating?"
August 13th, 2020
Z Mahbub, a student at the Marymount School of New York, combined a love of art and social justice to found Platform Z. We talked with Z to find out more information about the company, and how you can support Platform Z along with the organisations it uplifts.
February 5th, 2021
Your extra change may seem insignificant, but it can go very far. Elana Reinholtz realised this when founding Bird and Stone, an ethical jewelry company that raises awareness and funds for important causes.
August 25th, 2020
After having lived in Cape Town, South Africa for 13 years, we found that our school was in a bubble. There was so much more to the city than the vineyards in Upper Constantia. We boasted of Table Mountain National Park towering in the background of our campus, ignoring the mountains of South African history that towered over the current socio-political climate, which essentially fueled the wealth gap.
March 3rd, 2021
Speaking to co-founder and editor Justine Abigail, I discovered the message behind the creation of the Living-Hyphen magazine and community, and how it transforms perceptions when looking at “Canadian” art and its roots.
September 10th, 2020
Talking exclusively to The TimeLapse, two young teens from the Bronx, Layla Hussein and Nicaulis Mercedes started a teen-written literary magazine after being denied to start it at their local high school. The magazine started as a platform for Bronx teens to express their voices and concerns.
March 9th, 2021
We all received the same lecture from our parents. “Don’t talk to strangers!” they would tell us emphatically as we head off to school.
Each person that passes us on the street lives a different life, and a different story. As we grow older, we begin to question what those stories are and what we can learn from them. From three cities across the world, we conducted interviews with unsuspecting passersby, and learned a lot more than expected.
April 21st, 2021