Happy Sunday! Miss Major and Beck are having a baby, Lena Waithe has a cute LA office, queer women are finding their place in ballet, a recipe for strawberry and pecan scones to use up your sourdough daughters, and more!
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?
Everyone should know the stories of the lesbian, bisexual, queer and trans women of color who’ve been the backbones of LGBT communities forever and ever. So make some popcorn and put your learnin’ pants on!
Miss Major has always been a badass, and in this three minute long animated video, she’s no different. With all the spirit in the world in her voice, she explains how we can each use our own personal acts to make political change.
This book is not a manual to create The Feminist Utopia; it is a process that you are invited to share in.
“These people need to be acknowledged for the role they played. And that they existed! It’s so important that they at least realized that Marsha and Sylvia existed and that they did so much to help the community.”