Who do you look up to? So many people! I am surrounded by brilliance! I look up to my younger sister and my younger brothers, my parents, my grandparents, my partner so many people in my community. If I start naming people I’ll leave someone out. I can’t think of anyone in my life right now that I don’t look up to for some reason. I think that’s a...
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Eternal Summer of the Black Feminist Mind Podcasts...
Just had an idea! If I made a study-guide for the Eternal Summer of the Black Feminist Mind Podcast series would you use it in your class this coming semester? You could assign your students to listen to the free podcasts on itunes and then they could buy a downloadable pdf of the accompanying studyguide/workbook? Whatchuthink? Seriously. Let me know if you want to use them this semester and we...
Happy Birthday Joseph Beam!: Podcast on Black... →
Tara Lake's New Podcast: Prophesying the Homegrown... →
Exist for Each Other: The Salsa Soul Sisters
Eternal Summer of the Black Feminist Mind Academy!... →
Dedicated to JRoxanne. Keep doin it Philly. Blessed Solstice!
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Serious violence entered the scene only with the appearance of the Black Power...– Hannah Arendt, “On Violence” (booooo. hisssssss.)
The only sure guarantee we have of survival is that which we construct from our...– Essex Hemphill
If we can learn to work when we are tired, we can learn to speak when we are...– Audre Lorde
Listen to Lex and Angela Davis talkin' about women... →
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@yoloBdatboy Soul Brother Droppin' Knowledge:... →
Racism, classism and homophobia are real and we can name them and talk about...– Leah Newbold “On Class, Punk, Organizing and Anti-Affluence Activism” in Shotgun Seamstress 3
Soul Brother Darnell on the Writing, the South and... →
We knew better. We had been Black children. And each of us had given birth to...– June Jordan in “For Audre” a tribute
Ayanah Moor Rocks! →
I read her for bright in grey days.– what Audre Lorde said about the poet Rikki Lights and what I say about you.