Monthly Archives: January 2016

Tabula Rasa

Am I tabula rasa? To you, Yea you You made this slate in my name Then chalked it up with fiction Was it the pigmentation in my bones? The hue of my liver That coloured your perception. Your draft is

Tabula Rasa

Am I tabula rasa? To you, Yea you You made this slate in my name Then chalked it up with fiction Was it the pigmentation in my bones? The hue of my liver That coloured your perception. Your draft is

Colour Blindness, Affirmative Action and Abigail Fisher

An excerpt from an article about the Supreme Court’s ruling to hear renewed arguments  in the Fisher v. UT case written for The National Student. The new mantra of ‘colour blindness’, touted as the most progressive shift in race relations

Colour Blindness, Affirmative Action and Abigail Fisher

An excerpt from an article about the Supreme Court’s ruling to hear renewed arguments  in the Fisher v. UT case written for The National Student. The new mantra of ‘colour blindness’, touted as the most progressive shift in race relations

Rhodes Must Fall and Free Speech

An excerpt from an opinion piece/article written for The National Student, which looks into the controversies surrounding the Rhodes Must Fall movement at Oxford University.   The Rhodes Must Fall movement has had a whirlwind tour in 2015 and as

Rhodes Must Fall and Free Speech

An excerpt from an opinion piece/article written for The National Student, which looks into the controversies surrounding the Rhodes Must Fall movement at Oxford University.   The Rhodes Must Fall movement has had a whirlwind tour in 2015 and as