Jonna Ivin-Patton is the founder of STIR Journal and writer of the essay, I Know Why Poor Whites Chant, Trump, Trump, Trump. She has appeared on NPR, OPB, The Roland Martin Show and KCRW. Jonna is the author of the books Will Love For Crumbs, 8th Amendment, and, Sister Girl. Her writing has been featured in Good Magazine, STIR Journal, The Establishment, and xoJane.
Borrowing jokes from Tim Allen to entertain the crowd.
We're cringing so hard our shoulders hurt.
The son of an immigrant removes "nation of immigrants" motto.
A GoFundMe page was set up to cover surgery expenses.
One slip may have changed her life forever.
Video game maneuvers become real life adventure.
The lesson here is think before you tweet.
Wakanda forever, indeed.
People are losing their heads over the latest Gucci show.
The new IT girl is here.
Young people are banding together and demanding to be heard.
I definitely felt like I hit a rock bottom personally and emotionally.
A child gives the world a lesson in compassion.
Humanity may not be able to recover from this.
Does this form send my personal information directly to Moscow?
That's a serious endorsement.
Trump defaults on campaign promises to the LGBTQ community.
When wrestling snakes becomes a drag.
"You're doing amazing, Sweetie."
One man creates dozens of children.
Are the Russians up to old tricks?
Following the Russian indictments handed down by Robert Mueller, comedian and television host Bill Maher poses a question to Trump supporters.
This doesn't come as a big surprise.
Smiling and thumbs up? Most of us have been distraught about what happened (and keeps happening).
Trump supporters shout patriotism but with conditions.
Can we please stop creating feuds that don't exists between women.
Rhimes is spreading the joy and the sorrow on Twitter.
The actress turned to puddles at comedian's wedding.
Two women are falsely accused of dining and dashing.