Sanae Lahgazi Alaoui

Geographical jitterbug, chronic dancer/shaker, and sensitive writer, I am trying to see how long I can live a creative life in this labor market while writing my scratch and sniff poetry. I love writing about local POC art, music, and DIY scenes as well as mental health and spirituality. Follow me @orangesunaa

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Feeling that Holiday Rage? Aggretsuko Is Too

If anyone is at work waiting for the holidays and  feeling your Aggretsuko-vibes boil up…

You Know What’s Black And Brown And Punk? The First Black And Brown Punk Fest In Texas

Getting people together the original way, through punk with the First Black and Brown Punk…

‘That Was So Random’— And Other Thoughts I Had While Watching Random Acts of Flyness

Random Acts of Flyness is what it would look like as if you took a…

Who Said You Had to Pay Rent? 8 POC In Alternative Living Spaces

Paying your first month’s rent can feel like a real accomplishment. Then the next month’s…

7 Black Vegans Share Their Favorite Meals For Summer

Being vegan has never been more fun and beautiful with these black vegan Youtubers who…

7 Revolutionary Zines By POCs For POCs Who Are Queer, Art-Loving or Into Death Metal

Originating in the DIY mentality of punk culture, zines are essentially do-it-yourself magazines, usually made…

Review: Netflix’s Brazilian Dystopian Thriller “3%” is 97% Worth Watching

The first original foreign produced series on Netflix, 3% is a Brazilian dystopian thriller you…