Divided, We Unite

By Laurel Dammann | Feature photograph by April Christie Three little girls, no older than 12, balance on raised wooden platforms piled six high. In earnest they shout the question-half of a chant they've heard repeated throughout the day: "Show us what Democracy looks like?" "This is what Democracy looks like!" a middle-aged man immediately … Continue reading Divided, We Unite

“I Feel the Earth Move Under My Feet”: OurMusicMyBody and the Music Scene’s Shift Away from Sexual Violence

When we track down passes for a summer festival, once-over the loudly arranged concert flyers at coffee shops and dive bars, ask a friend who they’re belting along to during the ride home, press into the edge of the stage because there’s nowhere else to go, we are in tangent with billions of others. We … Continue reading “I Feel the Earth Move Under My Feet”: OurMusicMyBody and the Music Scene’s Shift Away from Sexual Violence