How BLM Changed A Generation (Interview with Emma Mele)

On the night of the first Presidential Debate between Biden and Trump, I sat down at my home office (an IKEA desk in my bedroom) to talk with my friend and fellow class of 2020 graduate Emma Mele. We were both nervous and teeming with an apprehensive excitement for what we teased to be “reality tv”. She said her politically uninterested little brother was also filled with diabolical anticipation.

A Note on this Months Theme: Courage

Courage comes from the moments where we didn’t feel it at all. First and foremost I’d like to welcome you to The Rad Mag! A safe space for creatives, activists and young people to come together and uplift one another. When I was thinking about starting this online space, I knew I had to come…

Why We Hate Our Side Profile, and How To Love It Instead

“Hell yeah I’m the motherf**king princess” I lip synced for the fifth time. I hadn’t heard Avril Lavigne’s song “Girlfriend” so many times in a row since 2009. This was last week as I attempted to do the new Tik Tok trend of showing off your side profile to the world. The intention of the…