July 4th Independence Day by Regina Jamison

We are cautious around flag wavers their eyes shine like dead stars their stripes turn black and white for me their pledge of allegiance a grievance unanswered cautiously I mumble […]

The Big, Queer, City by PW Covington

When water tower town Public school health teachers Teach health They teach to the test And, then, small town grads Grab weapons of war And storm the state Capitol Because […]

Just Is by Daniel García Ordaz

It’s not enough to rename a streetMartin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard.What we want is for government to cease its regardFor a system of justice that’s blind to injustice:Blatantly biased—based on […]