I’m very, very active on Twitter. The vast majority of people reading this probably know that already because that’s most likely how you found Satyr in the first place. One thing I’ve come across a lot has been other Black people pointing out that it’s not our job to educate non-Black people on the movement, police abolition, racism, etc, etc.Read More »Black Lives Matter, Allyship, and the Site Going Forward
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Everyone tried to get me off Twitter. It failed. NICE TRY, FUCKERS (and by “fuckers,” I mean close friends and family who care about my mental health and don’t want to see me obsessing over social media in any way, shape, or form, which is entirely understandable and I do not fault them in any way for looking out forRead More »The Angry Noodle Society
As you might have seen on my Twitter, I interned with publisher Simon & Schuster for a few months–right before the pandemic went from “Oh, that’s not good,” to “Oh nooooo, I got kicked out of my dorm, my university shut down, and now I will be staying at home for an indeterminate amount of time and graduating online.” ItRead More »7 Things I Learned As An Intern in Publishing
The Core City Bureau of Intelligence wants to make sure you’re staying safe. Watch this PSA on Hexxers.