The Good Indian Bride’s Silent Shout

This week I met Rakhi Mutta. I’ll describe her the only way I can: She is a graceful and modest sari-laden feminist fairy godmother, whose gift of sparking awareness towards under-represented groups comes to fruition through her natural flair for storytelling. Rakhi Mutta (left)  and Komal Minhas (right) wearing local designer Mani Jassal I was not […]

A Room Full of Black Boys: Blank Canvas Recap

In the age of #BLACKLIVESMATTER, being a black male consists of a variety experiences: to be subjected to the preconceived notions of others, while bearing witness to both the stigma and blessings of being Black. Regardless of what it means to be a black boy, it can be assured that it’s not easy embracing the emotions of our experience; to show […]