Elena Maldonado, a senior double-majoring in Creative Writing and Theater Arts – Directing, is the winner of the The Great Migrations Social Justice Academy "Picture Migration" photo contest. “The photo depicts an airplane in
Issue IV: BYO?
BYO? Dreamers, nomads, neighbors, explorers, what happens when you open yourself to new adventures? The people you meet, the places you go, the things you share. TwoTwoOne.NYC Issue IV invites you to set your place at our table. Connect your passions, motivations, inspirations, heartaches. What will you bring?
By Misha Louis When Haitian migrant and asylum seekers attempt to come to the United States, the U.S government responds with prohibition policies and detention. This paper will examine the way Haitian
By Jennifer Burks "The degree of civilization in a society can be judged by entering its prisons." -Fyodor Dostoyevsky Introduction What does our prison system say of society in the United States, a
by Jennifer Riesel Currently there are more guns in America than there are people. Guns are America's foundation and identity, a symbol of our freedom. The United States has roughly 90 guns for
Roman Charity (1623) depicts a young woman breast feeding an older man. The painting has a deep, dark background with very few brown highlights. There are two primary figures. A young woman kneels