Category: Essay/Commentary

After the Massacre

By Pete Najarian             One day when she was visiting a friend from the orphanage who was on her way to be married in America, an older woman in a room next door was also on her way there to join her son and asked her to come and […]

A Brief History of My White Privilege

By Aris Janigian Go back a couple of generations and nobody called us “white,” so we had no way of really knowing about our privilege. We were Armenian and Christian, third-class citizens — that we knew for sure. The first-class citizens were Turks and Muslims. They killed one-and-a-half […]