Dispatches

Image Credit: Gopal Dagnogo, Nymph without Satyr. (2014). Courtesy of the artist
Arts & Culture / Dispatches / Vol. 2 No. 3

For Little Richard

For those who can’t get with or interpret certain codes, in general or specifically, black folk/culture under segregation didn’t always contain or restrain in the manner/matters classified. I would, in fact, argue that the place inside the inside considered outside, was not, in many communities and places, as binary as […]

Image Credit: Aaron Gilbert, How A Man Gets A Woman Back, (2016), oil and polaroid photo on panel, 14" x 17.5"
Dispatches / Health / Politics / Short Stop

The Myth of Sexual Violence as Only a Crime Against Women

In our national discussions about sexual assault and sexism that swirled around the Brett Kavanaugh hearing, we veered toward the historical view of sexual assault as a gendered crime. Men played a variety of roles in this national drama—as perpetrators of sexual violence, as raging patriarchs who have been angered […]