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Issue One: The Mercy Issue
Protest Magazine’s Mercy Issue dives into all things recovery and regeneration. Women incarcerated, mental health, (im)migration, and feminine identities in the scope of our religious belief are a few things on the minds of our contributors. In the Mercy Issue, Tamanika speaks about bouncing back after serving time, therapist and Reiki Priestess, Leotha Foster, talks about the power in giving our experiences a voice, and Sally Hassan speaks on mental illness and her Muslim identity.
Protest Magazine is the compilation of creative work by and for women of color. Protest Magazine's first function is to support marginalized women in pursuit of careers as artists and writers. Our priority is to act as a creative outlet for women overlooked by society based on race, diverse genders and sexualities, economic class, and so on.
We collaborate with other creative women to ensure their work is featured in ways that accurately represent them as women and creatives. The result is a full-bodied collection of diverse, yet, harmonious pieces of writing and art per issue.