Sara Radin is a freelance writer, community organiser and trend forecaster based in Brooklyn, New York.
what the sustainable movement is missing about privilege
We talk to activists and writers about how we can make green living more inclusive.
suzanne lacy on making feminist art and why everyone should be an activist
"I tend to see activism as a human endeavour that goes along with citizenship. You can be an activist as a doctor, you can be activist as a psychotherapist, and you can be activist as an artist."
three things we learned at frieze’s art and fashion summit
The inspiring conversations with cultural visionaries highlighted the relationship between art, fashion, and identity.
we need to change the way we think about sustainable fashion
Activist Céline Semaan explains why we can't just buy into sustainability, we have to change the way we live.
why are we so bad at breaking up with people?
i-D explores the lack of authenticity and directness when it comes to dating and breaking up with people today.
what teen movies like 'five feet apart' get wrong about chronic illness
Representation of illnesses like Cystic Fibrosis is important, but there's still a way to go until the media showcases more authentic and empathetic narratives.
honouring robert mapplethorpe's unexpected images
Thirty years after his death, the Guggenheim hosts back to back exhibitions to celebrate the beloved artist's work, from floral still life to documenting New York's S&M scene.
why is the red carpet still so gendered?
Is it still surprising to see a man in a gown, a woman in pants? i-D enlists an expert opinion.
revisiting 'cruel intentions' in the wake of #metoo
We take a look at the cult classic as it turns 20, and consider its complicated messages
is the media helping us foster more empathy for addicts?
Films like 'Beautiful Boy' and 'A Star Is Born' illustrate a level of compassion for those suffering from addiction, while also underscoring what’s still lacking from current media portrayals.
this photographer is exploring cultural appropriation and the effects of gentrification
Thalia Gochez's recent series honours Latinx culture and seeks to reclaim a neighbourhood in a state of rapid change.
what the lives of disabled teens are really like
Cripple Magazine is created by and for disabled teens -- and anyone who wants to really understand the experiences of Gen Z youth with disabilities.