Sarah Hagi

Staff Writer

Travel

Travelling as a Person of Colour Is Stressful

Trips are supposed to be relaxing, but I can’t help but be on edge.
Sarah Hagi
7.26.17
Culture

Why Tipping Stereotypes Make Dining Shitty for People of Colour

It sucks to have to worry about being stereotyped when you just want to have a nice time at a restaurant.
Sarah Hagi
6.30.17
column

Viral Hate Videos Are a Person of Colour’s Reality

Violent, racist clips are the new normal on my social media feed and have changed the way I look at the world.
Sarah Hagi
6.6.17
ramadan

How to Talk to Muslims During Ramadan

How to not act a fool around your Muslim colleagues and friends during the most important month of their year.
Sarah Hagi
5.25.17
Film

The Case for More Death in Kids' Movies

Cartoons are rife with murdered animals, but there are few live action family films that deal with the human grief that comes afterward.
Sarah Hagi
5.6.17
Culture

10 Years Later, ‘Chocolate Rain’ Is Still the Wokest Song Ever

It’s time to finally acknowledge the song’s deeper meaning
Sarah Hagi
4.25.17
Internet

The Rise of ‘YouTube Voice’ and Why Vloggers Want It to Stop

Or, how to get noticed in an ocean of over-enunciated yelling.
Sarah Hagi
3.28.17
Views My Own

Hey Buffy Fans, Dawn Was Not the Worst

For Buffy’s 20th anniversary, I’m challenging the canon that says that the Slayer’s little sister was its worst character.
Sarah Hagi
3.13.17
Views My Own

The Dumbest Things I Heard at an Anti-Anti-Islamophobia Rally

We really need to talk to our schools about how to teach someone the difference between a bill and a motion – among other things.
Sarah Hagi
3.6.17
News

What It's Like Being Canada's First Hijab-Wearing News Anchor

Ginella Massa is challenging stereotypes and facing her trolls head on.
Sarah Hagi
12.3.16