On organizational privilege & crowdfunding

Please scroll to the bottom for typed text version of this post. Here are also two posters I made with and for POOR Magazine who you can follow on: YouTube – Subscribe! Twitter – Follow Facebook – Follow http://www.tinygraygarcia.com http://www.racepovertymediajustice.org Typed text version: What

On organizational privilege & crowdfunding

Please scroll to the bottom for typed text version of this post. Here are also two posters I made with and for POOR Magazine who you can follow on: YouTube – Subscribe! Twitter – Follow Facebook – Follow http://www.tinygraygarcia.com http://www.racepovertymediajustice.org Typed text version: What

Dreaming of intergenerational living

Hey there! I’m miyuki! I’m an artist, organizer, and academic living in Oakland. I’m dreaming of intergenerational living. Calling in all my plants and human allies and magic to manifest my dream home by January 1, 2019. As you may

Dreaming of intergenerational living

Hey there! I’m miyuki! I’m an artist, organizer, and academic living in Oakland. I’m dreaming of intergenerational living. Calling in all my plants and human allies and magic to manifest my dream home by January 1, 2019. As you may

Tending to (my) spirit

P.S. I know it’s been such a long time since my last blogpost ❤ There’s been a lot of life updates since then but I’m happy to share some of my musings here during this first month of 2018! P.P.S.

Tending to (my) spirit

P.S. I know it’s been such a long time since my last blogpost ❤ There’s been a lot of life updates since then but I’m happy to share some of my musings here during this first month of 2018! P.P.S.

Beyond the Ivory Tower: Interviews with Academics #4 with SanSan Kwan

Hey friends! This is the 4th in the series Beyond the Ivory Tower, which I started last year to add some colorful/creative outlets in my reading and writing-heavy PhD life at UC Berkeley while learning more about what it might mean for me to

Beyond the Ivory Tower: Interviews with Academics #4 with SanSan Kwan

Hey friends! This is the 4th in the series Beyond the Ivory Tower, which I started last year to add some colorful/creative outlets in my reading and writing-heavy PhD life at UC Berkeley while learning more about what it might mean for me to

prayers for orlando and more love

the homophobia, islamophobia, xenophobia in this country has reached its peak. one of my professors, juana maria rodriguez, who i interviewed here had this to say about the orlando shootings: “Like a lot of other queer people, last night I was

prayers for orlando and more love

the homophobia, islamophobia, xenophobia in this country has reached its peak. one of my professors, juana maria rodriguez, who i interviewed here had this to say about the orlando shootings: “Like a lot of other queer people, last night I was

Let the world into your heart

“I am inviting you to step back from your thoughts of the world to discover what remains when you retreat from all thoughts of the world. Then if the world reappears, it is discovered to be one and the same

Let the world into your heart

“I am inviting you to step back from your thoughts of the world to discover what remains when you retreat from all thoughts of the world. Then if the world reappears, it is discovered to be one and the same

Beyond the Ivory Tower: Interviews with Academics #3 with andré m. carrington

Hey friends! This is the third in the series Beyond the Ivory Tower, which I started last year to add some colorful/creative outlets in my reading and writing-heavy PhD life at UC Berkeley while learning more about what it might mean for me to

Beyond the Ivory Tower: Interviews with Academics #3 with andré m. carrington

Hey friends! This is the third in the series Beyond the Ivory Tower, which I started last year to add some colorful/creative outlets in my reading and writing-heavy PhD life at UC Berkeley while learning more about what it might mean for me to

Beyond the Ivory Tower: Interviews with Academics #2 with Abigail (Gail) De Kosnik

Hey friends! This is the second in the series Beyond the Ivory Tower (see the first interview with Juana Maria Rodriguez here), which I started last year to add some colorful/creative outlets in my reading and writing-heavy PhD life at UC

Beyond the Ivory Tower: Interviews with Academics #2 with Abigail (Gail) De Kosnik

Hey friends! This is the second in the series Beyond the Ivory Tower (see the first interview with Juana Maria Rodriguez here), which I started last year to add some colorful/creative outlets in my reading and writing-heavy PhD life at UC