Zanele Muholi’s Work Documenting African Lesbians Stolen, Community Raises $9000 to Replace Lost Equipment
“It is through seeing ourselves as we find love, laughter, joy that we can sustain our strength and regain our sanity as we move into a future that is sadly still filled with the threat of insecurities.” -Zanele Muholi
History is in Their Voices: Untitled “Black Lesbian Elder Project” Documentary Film by Tionna McClodden and Lisa Moore
“The real solid history of our community and how we came to be is in the elder’s voices.” Tiona McClodden
You know RuPaul, but what about Cape Town’s smoothest live rapping drag king, St. Dude? What does it mean for straight artists like Beyonce and Ciara to be drag kings for a day in their music videos?
Welcome to this week’s edition of INTERLINQ-ED, where we highlight news and media about and relevant to LGBTQ people of color, diaspora, and racial or ethnic minorities around the world.
Welcome to INTERLINQ-ED, where we highlight news and media about and relevant to LGBTQ people of color, diaspora, and racial or ethnic minorities around the world.
With the EEOC ruling that discrimination against trans people is sex discrimination, and thus, prohibited, what does the future of trans rights legislation hold? More specifically, what does this mean for gender non-conforming people of color?
The motivation for Janet Mock’s Twitter campaign, #GirlsLikeUs, is clear. Girls like CeCe McDonald and Paige Clay, girls like Mock, are simply not valued in the prejudiced eye of the media. But we can change that.