Sometimes the terms LGBTQ and African American seem like polar opposites. Some folks can’t seem to wrap their minds around someone being a so-called “mul...

#WeAreEverywhere: Past & Present African-American LGBTQs

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Some people seem to believe only feminine women are allowed to become pregnant

Lesbian vloggers take on 'haters' who say the 'wrong one' got pregnant

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We ARE the Revolution!!!! Our sister Juliet P. Howard is editing this special issue of Sinister Wisdom focusing on the genius and power of Black Lesbians!!! Send your writing!!!

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Black Lesbians: We are the Revolution! | Sinister Wisdom

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This and This and This: Discernment and Divination from the Fugitive Epistemologies Webinar Posted on January 5, 2017 by admin Last night was the first session of How She Knew: The Fugitive Epistemologies Intensive and we made a shared sacred space out of our knowing and growing in this moment and b...

This and This and This: Discernment and Divination from the Fugitive Epistemologies Webinar |

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An affirmation poem from the original Spill Webinar participants and a reminder to register for this week's How She Knew: The Fugitive Epistemologies Webinar by tonight! <3

uh huh: enduring affirmations from the Spill Webinar Participants |

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How I Got Ovah: Future Memoirs by the Spill Intensive Participants Posted on October 23, 2014 by admin Last night the Spill Webinar participants, shared dreams, got embodied, mapped strategic decisions (and others) and stomped three times hard enough to unshackle somebody. This poem is made up of t...

How I Got Ovah: Future Memoirs by the Spill Intensive Participants |

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Start the new year (and face the new regime) with an intensive that celebrates Black women's ways of knowing...everything. <3

How She Knew: The Fugitive Epistemologies Intensive #spill |

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Without Apology is a book that celebrates the power of Black women as a testament to the transformative power of love. The book contains beautiful poems to honor the Black women in your life and full color collage art that the author's daughter Alexis Pauline Gumbs made from her father's photographs...

Without Apology: In Honor of Black Women

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Last night we laid it all down at The Evidence Intensive: Futurists Beyond Fear. Here is our group poem. Can you choose one of these ways of letting go to practice today?

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We Let Go: Revolutionary Release from the Evidence Intensive |

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Free-er Than We Knew We Could Be: A Poem by US Based Feminists in Conversation with Cuba Posted on December 6, 2016 by admin This past Saturday we gathered to consider Cuba. After the passing of Fidel Castro some of us thought first of Assata Shakur. This session was an opportunity to bring the wr...

Free-er Than We Knew We Could Be: A Poem by US Based Feminists in Conversation with Cuba |

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Based on the short story "Evidence" from Octavia's Brood: Science Fiction Stories from Social Justice Movements​ the last Brilliance Remastered​ intensive of the year is designed to close out 2016 with a profound connection to revolutionary possibility beyond reactionary politics.

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The Evidence Intensive: Futurists Beyond Fear |

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Enjoy this meditation in honor of Sojourner Truth's most enduring wisdom: her own name. Also learn about some upcoming offerings from Eternal Summer of the Black Feminist Mind.

Sankofa Substance: Celebrating Sojourner Truth

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What would it be like to have BLU year-round. Mobile Homecoming is building a retreat center one living room and one tiny house at a time. Learn more and support here! #givingtuesday
Order Black Feminist Breathing Prints online. Send these Black Feminist Ancestors to watch over everyone you love, and support Eternal Summer of the Black Feminist Mind at the same time. Exponential love. <3

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After denying her love for women for years, Lyn learned to love herself and live her truth.

First Person: Before I Was a Lesbian, I Was Homophobic

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ICYMI: More women of color identifying as lesbian or bisexual
By Mo Barnes

Across the sexual social spectrum of America, more women are statistically stating they have had lesbian experiences or were bisexual. A study released this year by the CDC titled “Sexual Behavior, Sexual Attraction, and Sexual Orientation Among Adults Aged 18–44 in the United States: Data From the 2011–2013 National...
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Shades Retreat, A LGBTQT Women of Color Retreat

Shades Retreat

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