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For Black women and girls who aren’t “autistic enough”

Many Black women, girls, and AFAB folks do not receive austism spectrum diagnoses, if ever, because we are not your typical poster children of autism.

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Separating art from the artist debate misses the mark

The focus shouldn’t be whether or not they can be successfully separated, but rather how an artist's support system allows them to continually cause harm.

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I’m wearing my fat and juicy parts out forever

Fat bodies are worth more than skulking in the shadows. Our bodies are worthy of appreciation and honor. Our bodies are holy in all of their fat glory.

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African Traditional Religions prepared me to grieve my mother

I’ve learned through my mother and through Hoodoo, that nothing we love ever truly leaves us. My body has always had her inside of it.

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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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