The problem with colorblindness

I would describe American racial colorblindness as an epidemic. Growing up in an upper middle class, white, conservative community in northeastern Ohio, there were approximately four people of color in […]

Aphrodite’s stomach rolls

I am sitting in the Cleveland Museum of Art on a Wednesday afternoon staring up at a painting of a naked woman. She’s leaned back against a fancy chair with […]

Vaccination isn’t an option

Every morning, I wake up with terror and caution about the measles outbreak waiting in my inbox and on my newsfeed. Sometimes it’s from concerned relatives and other times professors. […]