The most amazing Nina Simone song I have ever heard. And its a Beatles remix. Can black liberation music sound any better? (Source: http://www.youtube.com/)
Next week my brilliant sibling Che & I will be hosting a teach in at UPenn on our Captive Genders chapter “Abolitionist Imaginings” We’ll be highlighting the work of STAR, Kiyoshi Kuromyia & the ongoing legacy of trans activism. Click here for more info! Hope to see you there!
Creating Change in Atlanta! With Cheryl Courtney Evans, founder of Trans Individuals Living Their Truth, some anti-authoritarian messaging, and the one and only Kai Lumumba Barrow.
Riding the elevator to creating change/creating chains success!
We decided to attack men who did it for profit- professional female impersonators and prostitutes. This is so embarrassing. I can hardly believe that we believed this. Jean O’Leary reflecting on her statement at the 1973 Christopher Street rally.
“One of the things LFL (Lesbian Feminist Liberation) objected to during this time were the transvestites. The way we saw it was, here is a man dressing up as a woman and wearing all the things that we are trying to break free of. We found out there were plans to have a transvestite as part of […]
In Case You Were Wondering What Ever Became Of STAR HOUSE
Thank Goodness for Gabriel Foster!
Dear NYTimes: LGTBQIA People of Color Have Style + Brains + Identities Too janetmock: I’m tired of being erased from history, pretending that trans women and people of brown/black/red/yellow/etc skins do not matter, don’t have brains and stories and substance and identities and loves and lives that should be elevated. This erasure is violent and […]