“They’re using this data for genocide.”
Yale’s adventures in furthering this light, disclosed themselves to Zulfi, however, to be identical to those undertaken by 18th Century imperialists. From the financing of Departments like Global Affairs, to continuing support for a man infamous for sexual assault allegations, Zulfi saw their first-year beloved reveal itself. They wrote on their capstone’s website, “There is no Lux here, and certainly no Veritas, but a lot of U.S. dollars.”
In 2016, Yale students petitioned the school’s English department to include more required reading beyond those written by “only white male authors.” How do students and faculty in the major grapple with racism and white supremacy in literature?
What is the Yale Daily News’s responsibility—morally, ethically—to act? Is it to develop their story and protect their lead lest someone scoop and print first, no matter the cost?”
We took a stand—forcing Commission members to recognize that our movement is too driven by individuals; by flesh and blood.
In 2018, the National Human Trafficking Hotline identified over 23,000 US-based survivors of human trafficking.
Bloom’s colossal oeuvre and outsized personality have been stamped into public consciousness. The great canon-shaper is near canonization himself.
“This is what Sanctuary Kitchen brings to the community: a sense of belonging and family.”