Featuring Special Guest Contributor. Robert Romero. COLORS: Get ready to open the pages of America’s November in Three-Fifths Magazine ( threefifths.online ) and discover the future few are prepared for, and no one expects. Featuring Special Guest Contributor. Robert Romero. … Continue reading The Theme for November is “Colors”
Otis Redding sang: “It’s been a long, long time coming But I know, but I know a change is gonna come.” The bursting of fall color symbolizes past times’ forward thrust toward racial equity albeit Reconstruction, the rising of Tulsa’s … Continue reading Colors: I Know A Change Is Gonna Come.
I’m so tired. I can’t think.I can’t believe I woke up this morning to another normal day but it wasn’t another normal day because another young black man was taken away. This time it wasn’t some racist cop or some … Continue reading Enough
This theme addresses the psychological and physiological cost to marginalized communities of color of the negative load of racism. Many municipalities around the country have named racism a Health Emergency.” From Naomi Osaka (Afro Japanese tennis player who opened up … Continue reading October’s Theme; Panic Attack
So much on the line; the bravest of spirit bundled into the slight yet powerful 4’8″ 104lbs frame shines brightly with hope and humanity. Ebony irises come to life in the brilliant circumferenced whites of Simone’s eyes. On July 27th, … Continue reading Slow Burn
Coming in the November as a special guest contributor Robert Chao Romero is an associate professor in the UCLA departments of Chicana/o Studies and Central America Studies, and Asian American Studies. He received his Ph.D. from UCLA in Latin American … Continue reading Robert Chao Romero, Coming in November