Results for: patrisse cullors
Black August: A Feminist and Queer Syllabus for Black Liberation
There’s a long and proud Black radical history of fighting back against the prison industrial complex and criminal (in)justice systems. So why is it that most of the voices that are upheld come from cis men?
Black Trans People Have Been Modeling Mutual Aid Before It Became a Buzzword
For the Gworls is a prime example of how Black trans organizers have found ways to keep one another safe, housed, and healthy despite violence at every turn.
15 Activists to Follow Right Now for Some Much-Needed Hope and Empowerment
I don’t scroll mindlessly through Twitter and Facebook anymore. What I do instead is engage with the women activists who are leading our way in the battle through the darkness.
Read a F*cking Book Club: Let’s Talk About “When They Call You a Terrorist”
Let’s talk about black studies, queer studies, black queer lives, and When They Call You A Terrorist!
Read a F*cking Book Club: We’re Reading “When They Call You A Terrorist”!
We’re gonna read Patrisse Khan-Cullors’ new memoir and it’s gonna be great!