Like many others, I cried watching videos of trucks full of vaccine shipments leaving Kalamazoo, Michigan— just sixty miles down the road from South Bend.
Author: Maddie Foley
Maddie DuBois Foley is a senior from Covington, Louisiana studying in the Program of Liberal Studies in addition to Philosophy, Politics, and Economics and Theology. She works as editor-at-large with a special affection for the Opinions section. Maddie is interested in queer and critical theory and has done research on grassroots peace-building in communities experiencing the enduring legacies of colonialism, including Bosnia-Herzegovina, the Philippines, Kenya, and Israel-Palestine. An advocate for the abolition of many things including but not limited to the police and the construction of linear-nationalist time, Maddie is passionate about how the oppressed can construct livable lives for themselves and their loved ones-- even under the current circumstances. Maddie can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org, but only with emails full of compliments.