Carrie Rudzinski - “Delhi’s Belly”
“I am a woman. It does not matter the country I am in. It does not matter the clothing that I wear. The world is still a beast, and he is always hungry.”
Find out more about Carrie, and see more of her work, at her tumblr!
In my work, I’m regularly asked, “What can I do? I know that injustice exists, but I feel so powerless. I want to help!” Many folks of privilege struggle to figure out how to act for justice. More often than not, those who are denied access, voice, privilege, and justice in dominant culture know exactly what they need to do. So to that point, my answer to their question is always the same: “Listen.”
Black women wake up in the morning, look in the mirror, and see Black women. White women wake up in the morning, look in the mirror, and see women. White men wake up in the morning, look in the mirror, and see human beings.
- drinking alcohol
-smoking (whether it’s cigarettes, weed, cigars, etc. mainly lung damage, but other possibilities as well)
-tattooing (possibility of contracting a disease from unsterile needles, toxicology of pigments)
-rigorous sports (risks of…