should be the next big thing. I’m a fan. Especially drunk yoga on the beach. Tipsy yoga just doesn’t sound right. Hammered yoga–no. But drunk yoga brings the hard sounds and the soft ones together on the beach. Not too drunk. No queasy feeling. Just loose. No mats. Just bathing suit and the sand and the ocean and a drink or two. My father used to sneak over his “funny 7Up” to the beach. You didn’t want to pick up his bottle by accident. It is hard to contemplate putting my father and yoga in the same sentence, but that is the sort of mind-altering stuff that can happen when one is at one with drunk yoga.
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A must-read op-ed on Virginia’s “divisive concepts.” 🔥🔥🔥
“Today, white resistance to educational equity initiatives in Virginia and elsewhere centers on an ahistorical and perverted view of Title VI’s prohibition against discrimination. https://twitter.com/petertpiazza/status/1637457314235006976
Fantastic piece from Genevieve Siegel-Hawley that connects book bans/censorship to racial segregation in US schools.
“White resistance flourishes when we refuse to grasp how central anti-Black racism is to our history and contemporary society.”