Black Future Month

We survive, we learn, we have agency about our next steps.
If we are going to withstand the destructive policies of this incoming administration, we’ll have to be even more creative.
Land is power. Land provides the opportunity for self-determination.
Young black people have got this every bit as much as the next person, and maybe more so.
Because we know the abundance of all that is ours, we demand justice.
We make radical Black freedom with our radically Black bodies.
Oppressed people simply need more space for our imaginations to live, cultivate and comfort each other.
I’ve always lived in poverty, but living in poverty and having someone depend on me is a completely different story.
Environmental racism is the problem. Environmental justice can be the solution.
A theological context, apocalypse may give hope that after the destruction of evil, restoration can occur.
"The eradication of ageism is important for thriving Black lives and free Black futures.”
We all need to get to this future together, but we’re not starting from the same place.
If we are invested in the liberation of all Black people, we must be in healthy relationship with the community we claim to love.
The black activist mainstream has been slow to add disability justice to their platforms for a brighter black future.