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The silent pain of transwomen—or, why I don’t have male privilege

Transgender people learn early how to lie and suffer in silence. Cases of hate crimes against us are vastly underreported, because we’re used to the silent struggle.

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Resisting constant surveillance in my predominantly white neighborhood

By Gloria Oladipo I am tired of my white neighbors watching me, my family, and other residents of color.... more

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Dear Inbetweener: Finding my place as a bisexual biracial man

It took me years to find my people. I spent many lonely nights begging the stars and planets for some kind of peace and understanding without hearing anything back. But gradually, my people found me.

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Linda Fairstein will always feel justified because there’s no accountability for the violence of white feminism

By Émelyne Museaux White women’s sovereignty has always been inextricably linked to the... more

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BYP x AirGo

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  • Janae Bonsu talks about learning stillness and finding peace, imagining new interventions when gender violence needs to be addressed, her cheese game, and much more.

  • Black Youth Project has joined forces with AirGo for a year-long #BYPSpotlight series, featuring our favorite Black academics and activists. This month’s #BYPSpotlight... more

  • Black Youth Project has joined forces with AirGo for a year-long #BYPSpotlight series, featuring our favorite Black academics and activists. First up is Barbara... more

  • AirGo is back for our second episode in front of a live audience! This time, we’re excited to launch our #BYPSpotlight, a collaboration with Black Youth Project, a... more

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