Cartwheel on the Blacktop (Trayvon Martin 2.0)... →
A moment of speculative fiction as healing by Lex.
“he has wings in his shoes. Trayvon yawns and stretches in the crook of...– Alexis Pauline Gumbs in Cartwheel on the Blacktop (Trayvon 2.0) Read the rest at: http://thatlittleblackbook.blogspot.com/2012/03/cartwheel-on-blacktop-trayvon-martin-20.html
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The need for Black feminism is written on the bodies of Trayvon Martin and his...– Alexis Pauline Gumbs from http://thefeministwire.com/2012/03/we-be-black-feminism-and-embodiment-part-3-of-can-black-feminism-be-quantified/
We Be: Black Feminism and Embodiment →
What does Black Feminism have to do with the category of the Black Woman? Lex wonders.
Anonymous asked: Do you know of any academic articles/theories regarding sexualization of black women in the television and general media?
dearesthelpless asked: I'm reaching out to women of colour in hopes of spreading the word about how the housing crisis has disproportionately affected our communities and what we can do to ensure the perpetrators are held accountable. There is this new tumblr called InvestigateTheBanks with different action items to ask Obama to not let the banks responsible for contributing to bringing Black American wealth to its...
Can the variables of the unlikely decision to choose our whole selves and each...– Alexis Pauline Gumbs in Can Black Feminism Be (Quantified)? http://thefeministwire.com/2012/03/black-feminism-a-statistic-can-black-feminism-be-quantified-part-2/
Can Black Feminism Be Quantified? (Part 2) →
Lex wonders if Black feminism is statistically predictable.
One might ask why staunch conservatives are opposed to family planning in...– Loretta Ross, White Supremacy and Reproductive Justice, in Color of Violence: The INCITE! Anthology (via thecurvature)
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Women of color-centered organizing points to the centrality of gender politics...– Andrea Smith (Heteropatriarchy and the Three Pillars of White Supremacy Rethinking Women of Color Organizing)