Exposing children to examples of protest plants the seeds for them to fight for justice

By Salaam Green Protest birthed out of the American south often sets the pace for revolutionary and... more


Queering Kwanzaa: How the seven principles remind me of QTPOC power

This winter, I revisited Kwanzaa as a queer, non-binary, Afro-Latinx now familiar with Black feminist theory and far less ashamed of my Blackness


Reconciling ‘glorious healing’ & the ‘loving refusal’ of intracommunal violence in an era of disposability

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It’s not just white incels. We need to talk about the Black Manosphere, too.

The Black Manosphere formed out of a notable goal, but at the cost of a vulnerable population: it seeks to uplift Black men, but does so by demeaning Black women.



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