10 Readings Authored by Black Feminists and Abolitionists

Black Feminist Collective has a put together a collection of 10 articles authored by Black feminists and abolitionists. Black Feminism Offers a Path to Abolition, by Elizabeth Jordie Davies for Bitch Media Black Trans Thought Can Set Us Free, by George Yancy for Truthout The Case for Abolition, by Ruth Wilson Gilmore and James Kilgore … Continue reading 10 Readings Authored by Black Feminists and Abolitionists

Call-to-Action Update: Making Classrooms Equitable for Black and Brown Students in Virginia

By Skyla Bailey •  A Message to Virginia Department of Education (VDOE): Our history classes constantly teach students to think of European History when they think of “American” History. However, African Americans, Native Americans, Asian Americans, and Latinx Americans are all part of America. Students of Color in Virginia want to learn more about our … Continue reading Call-to-Action Update: Making Classrooms Equitable for Black and Brown Students in Virginia

Call-to-Action: Making Classrooms Equitable for Black and Brown Students In Virginia

By Skyla Bailey •  As Black and Brown youth, we are tired of being considered second place, tired of having the education system fail us, and tired of being behind. We want to have all schools in Virginia to become equitable sanctuaries where every student can flourish. This petition is an essential call-to-action. We ask … Continue reading Call-to-Action: Making Classrooms Equitable for Black and Brown Students In Virginia

A Black Feminist Resource List

By Stephane Younger •  In light of the recent events of police violence against Black people, and the uprisings in defense of Black life, I created a list of Black feminist resources, including books, movies, series, media platforms, and organizations to support. Books Ain’t I a Woman? by bell hooks (1981) Are Prisons Obsolete? by … Continue reading A Black Feminist Resource List

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