Remy Fisher

  • September 11, 2017By Remy Fisher

    Not only was she the first American woman to receive an honors post-graduate degree from Oxford University in addition to being the author of beloved and liberating literature, but Kate Millett, Ph.D., was also a fearless leader in the second-wave of the feminist revolution. Until her last breath, she constantly fought for equality of all

  • August 8, 2017By Remy Fisher

    JD Weaver is a 21-year-old writer, musician, and activist from the United Kingdom who speaks volumes on disability awareness and social justice for all. JD frequently curates his Instagram feed with creative content that has deeper meaning underneath the surface. He will soon be traveling the world while educating others through art! I had the pleasure

  • July 31, 2017By Remy Fisher

    Image Courtesy of Chella Man Chella Man, a New York based, “genderqueer, deaf, Jewish-Chinese, transitioning” artist speaks volumes from not only their abstract, Basquiat-esque artwork, but their informative Youtube videos as well. While reaching out to Chella, I was greeted with a sweet and casual demeanor that they expressed. I was able to ask them

  • June 10, 2017By Remy Fisher

    Photo Courtesy of UntitledTV.com The popular Showtime television show Shameless, based off of the U.K. version, encompasses a “white trash” family living below the poverty line in the southside of Chicago. With a deadbeat dad, no mother in sight, 20-something-year-old Fiona Gallagher is forced to raise her five siblings (Lip, Ian, Debbie, Carl and Liam)

  • May 1, 2017By Remy Fisher

    At the young age of seventeen, actor Marcus Scribner has courageously decided to take a stand for mother Earth and the repercussions of climate change. Scribner, who plays the NAACP award-winning  character Andre “Junior” Jr. on ABC’s Black-ish, is utilizing his platform to act upon climate change and its effects. In his essay published on