Clips from earlier in the summer up until now. We’re all caught up now.
Turning 22 in NYC on film. From me and Bronwyn.
This July… The Internet, Stalking Gia, and HAIM
I spent my 22nd birthday in New York City, stayed a few blocks lower than where I used to live a few summers back as an intern, and bummed around with a friend who I don’t get to spend nearly enough time with.
I did a thing! More specifically, I built my own ‘lil notched loom.
These tunes plus, all of SZA’s new album.
Friends come home, bonfire capabilities, and box dying my hair back to black.
It was warm when I made this playlist. That’s why it channels major summer vibes.
We had a few days of summer here in Chicago.
Recently, I reported an incident of work place racism. My manager then proceeded to tell me all the wrong things. Literally all the things that you should not say!!!!! As expected, nothing really changed, and I started to think about why I even felt the need to report it. After all, it was pretty mild racism. Probably a 3/10 on the racist comment scale. And I don’t think that I’m naive to the circumstances. I know that in any situation I face in life I am prone to hearing racist comments, I know that these instances of workplace racism are extremely ordinary, I know that reporting this to my supervisor is not going to create any sort of change within the system. But I still did it. When you, as an employee, reach out to a supervisor because you’ve experienced some sort of office racism its pretty much just because you need a little validation that you are valued and respected. Most places in the world, I classify in my head as not-safe and I …