You’re Not Wrong for Hoping 2021 Would Be Better—And Being Upset That It Isn’t

This past year, “2020” was more than just a marker of where we existed in time—it was basically its own expression. Between the pandemic, police brutality and other violence against Black people, and tumultuous election that defined the year, 2020 became shorthand for death, anxiety, anger, sadness, grief, trauma, loneliness, and pain. When people asked […]