A Bridgetown to Social Justice

I like inconvenience. I like having to reflect on what I’m feeling and why I’m feeling that way. I especially like doing that reflection in a dark room with other people who are also feeling things and having to think about it. Maybe that’s what draws me to comedy – to “alt” comedy, in particular; it’s more social than therapy and it’s livelier than meditation. And oh yeah, it’s the best (and often cheapest) form of entertainment around. I went to Bridgetown Comedy Festival this year with a question in my head about social justice. For a long time,...

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