Much has been written since the global Pepsi ad featuring Kendall Jenner aired on April 4. As is often the case, Black Twitter’s response was quick and witty creating memes that succinctly captured and critiqued the absurdity of the ad and led to it being pulled the following day. Black Twitter’s insightful analysis has been […]
Click here to read an excerpt from a talk I gave on International Women’s Day. “On International Women’s Day I think about safety. Where are women, especially non-white women and non-white trans* women, safe?”
Here’s an opinion piece I wrote for The Globe and Mail on the sit-in that Black Lives Matter did at the Pride Parade in Toronto.
Here’s my op-ed for VICE on that game changing song-video Beyoncé released Saturday afternoon.
“Keleta-Mae argues that the depth and intellectual engagement of any course – regardless of the subject matter – relies on the instructor. ‘It’s less about the object of study and more about the material,’ she said. ‘What are the theories through which that object is going to be analyzed?’ Compared to classes she has previously […]