About Kristin Couch is a Licensed Master Social Worker working in Atlanta. She hopes to continue using her freelance writing as a tool for provoking thoughtful dialogue evoking change. Articles by this Author
By Kristin Couch • Reading Zora Neale Hurston and Audre Lorde led me to question myself about the stance I take on activism. These writers represent two polar ideals of being that I have struggled to find identification with. Zora Neale, my humanist hero who finds that everyone should enjoy being in her company, and … Continue reading Oppression Expression: Answering Zora Neale and Mother Lorde
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