Too Close To Home

The outpouring of our stories is necessary and important. Being recognized and believed matters. Making sure we never disrespect ourselves and one another by fabricating a story for political or personal gain is critical.

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By Monica Day




Speaking up for humanity through intersectional social justice. Open to all.

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