Kiarran T.L. Diaz is an Afro-Latinx writer and activist that advocates for intersectional womanism, LGBT+, and correcting the harm of non-diverse fiction.
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By Kiarran T. L. Diaz • I will never know your happiness History only saved your pain Sleeping Ancestor, When we meet Will I represent your dreams, Or your shame? Ancestors tell me Where you sleep Where does your soul lie Do you laugh? Or do you weep Is there a home for you That … Continue reading Broken Tree
Dirt on my tongue Each time I swallow my protests It travels past my throat And down my esophagus Each time I walk into a room And see stolen work caged and imprisoned Dirt in my mouth As I listen to them speak About those that look just like me A pat on my shoulder … Continue reading Fire and Mud
By Kiarran T.L. Diaz • In the age of “wokeness,” TV shows, and media alike are rushing to find a way to sell their ideas to people who are tired of the nonsense. Different shows, movies, and books try to align themselves with diversity by trying to take shortcuts left and right. Producers love to … Continue reading Why ‘The Handmaid’s Tale’ is Problematic