Books from bell hooks and Audre Lorde — published more than three decades ago — arrived in Brazilian stores recently. But there’s more work to be done.
"On an individual level, it provides me with an emotional sense of reparations."
Self-described “black, lesbian, mother, warrior, poet” Audre Lorde shaped the Black Arts Movement with her writings on racism, sexism, homophobia, and police violence.
These black female activists deserve some recognition for their contributions.
“I was Black. I was female. And I was out – out – by any construct wherever the power lay.” ― Audre Lorde Two days ago Damon
Last night as Londoners enjoyed a warm evening, watched the Champions League, drank in the bars and restaurants which surround
As a community, it is our duty to ensure that we do not mirror toxic masculine behavior
As 45 and his minions attempt to divide and conquer, women of color, nonbinary conforming folk, LGBTQ people, immigrants
It’s time to ask more of our pop stars – and hope they do the same of us.