Think of it this way: Just like we don’t give someone a free pass for causing a car accident after drinking, we can’t do so with rape either.
Aimed to inspire young girls to dream of more than being rescued or fitting into patriarchal cis-gendered dreams, the book contains 100 tales of empowered, intelligent women who have fought adversity to get where they are.
Rendered invisible in so many accounts, they were in fact doubly brave, fighting a dual oppression—marginalized, trivialized, humiliated, and dismissed for being both black and female.
“When there’s no name for a problem, you can’t see a problem. When you can’t see a problem, you can’t solve it.”
Feminist Freedom Warriors (FFW) is a digital video archive documenting cross-generational conversations about justice, politics and hope with feminist scholar-activists.
“Queer style is one of the most fashionable forms of resistance and is a powerful tool in our fight for liberation.”
Hashtag love at it’s best – to expand the visibility of trans folks in all their intersectional glory.
Along with his wife Kim, Milan travels the country educating and empowering audiences about the experiences of trans and GNC people of color, with the pair functioning as “a model of possibility” for “centering love as revolution” as a black …
“Girls and women of color are experts on their own lives — our role is to listen to them.” Yes.
Philanthropy’s first lady returns to her roots to tackle gender inequality in computer science.