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Re-imagining the Home through Conscious ways of Healing

Like Anzaldua I have attempted carrying home on my back but sometimes carrying home includes carrying a lot more, to the point that it becomes overbearing. I have been divulging in the words of Eden E. Torres the Chicana academic who brought us Chicana Without Apology; however, her words struck me when she began talking about the difficulty in maintaining mental health. And I wondered, what happens when home becomes a threat to your mental health? I’d like to start with a quote by Friedrich Nietzche—“the most spiritual human beings, assuming they are the most courageous, also experience by far…

Le Leyanda Mestiza

Dreams of Anzaldua staring at me, Channeling my destruction, de que? The interrogation of assumption Validating a world for most complacent The realities are tangible and often serene Mis suenos Mi cuerpo A justification that is omniscient inevitable morena Anzaldua You, I, reach an utopia an epitome for gender deconstruction A mestiza anatomy esto es todo lo quiero suenos dream and I dream an insurgence to intersections I will venture but never leave los mayas los aztecas y los mexica todos los grita “Fuck you i won’t do what u tell me” por que? ya basta ya tu sabes el…