A Response to Racist Flyers in Edison

White supremacists have once again proved to be the epitome of evil by harassing innocents that have done nothing but be the race that they were born with. Recently, two Asian Edison school board candidates were targeted in a wave of denouncing postcards sent to homes in Edison, New Jersey. I took one look at … Continue reading

Kamala Khan: A Superheroine

One of Marvel’s newest superheroes, Kamala Khan, is fighting the issue of underrepresentation for people of color and women in comics. In media, movies, and books, representation of women and people of color is lacking, leaving many little girls and boys of color left looking up to people who don’t look like them. Often when … Continue reading

Princeton Sun Partnership: Redefy Reaches Out

Redefy could not be more thrilled to announce our partnership with the Princeton Sun (http://theprincetonsun.com/)! We will be having a column in the Princeton Sun on a regular basis called REDEFY REACHES OUT. The first REDEFY REACHES OUT piece published will be Clean Air by Cierra Moore (https://redefy.org/2014/12/13/clean-air/). The Princeton Sun will be publishing existing content from … Continue reading

#FergusonTaughtMe

My Ferguson  On August 9th one year ago, Michael Brown, an unarmed African American teenager, was fatally shot by police officer, Darren Wilson, and I, along with the rest of the nation, was suddenly surrounded with the word Ferguson. From August 9th onward, Ferguson was no longer a city in Missouri, but rather the alarm … Continue reading

2014: Official Reflection

2014 was redefy’s first full year in existence. Our mission for 2014 was to reduce ignorances and promote education and integration for those with special needs or disabilities. We began the year partnering with the Teen Advisory Board at the Princeton Public Library to initiate a book campaign of Wonder by RJ Palacio, a moving … Continue reading