Trans, gender non-conforming, and non-binary people have not been centered in the LGBTQIA+ movement. The LGBTQIA+ movement that we witness in television, print media, and in the law is predominantly a white, gay, and masculine movement. However, when one looks behind the scenes, we witness the emotional, physical, and spiritual labor of femmes, people of […]
It’s a scary time to be an undocumented immigrant in the US. These affirmations can help you transform your fear into powerful resistance.
Have incarcerated loved ones? If you feel stuck about how to support them, try these tips from someone who’s been in your shoes.
This author’s queer and gender non-conforming – so why say “the LGBTQIA+ movement is not for me”? These reasons show how the movement is missing the point of liberation.
“I didn’t know [insert country] had Black people!” Ever said these things to an Afro-Latinx person? This will help you pause before saying something hurtful.
Can you relate to how this author used to feel about their Afro-Latinx identity? These reminders will help you embrace your whole self.
“I wish we talked about racism in school.” A simple conversation with siblings turned into strategizing around race with youth. Here’s the valuable info they shared.
“#1. Don’t Demand We Share Our Thoughts On Every Black Murder.” It can be hard to know how to support black folks right now – but this guide is a start.
It’s heartbreaking to read what this author and their mother have gone through – but so important for understanding the impact of anti-immigration rhetoric.
“#2: You won’t be denied housing on the basis of being an immigrant.” US citizens often have a hard time understanding this form of privilege. Here’s why we really need to start getting it.