By Aku (july 13th:) on mice not men colonization never ends : MY BODY HAS BEEN CONSUMED *breathe* My soul is good. My soul is safe. My hand is part of my Body. My hand belongs to my Body. I deeply belong to myself. *breathe* MEN FRIGHTEN ME Continue reading “on mice not men”
Monthly Archives: April 2020
GIVE ME HOPE, JACINDA
By Rex Letoa-Paget walk down the only / part of newtown / that hasn’t been gentrified / yet / boarded up / worship halls / line the street / rickety houses / that look like loose teeth / in the / rotten mouth of / white supremacy / graffitied concrete streets / decorated with stainedContinue reading “GIVE ME HOPE, JACINDA”
Workers in the gaps: The place of essential workers during the pandemic and why we should stand with them
Gayaal Iddamalgoda, Solicitor for FIRST Union representing essential workers shares his thoughts about workers power during covid-19.
Queer feminist futures: 5 Cs of Intersectional Youth Leadership Zine
At a time of the COVID-19 pandemic, climate chaos, global intensification of alt-right white supremacist terrorism, ongoing colonialism, war and occupation, pervasive gender-based violence, intersectional youth leadership is critically urgent for any kind of future at all. My aim with “Queer Feminist Futures: the 5 Cs of Intersectional Youth Leadership” is to present some valuableContinue reading “Queer feminist futures: 5 Cs of Intersectional Youth Leadership Zine”