(1982) Audre Lorde, “Learning from the 60s” • — Read on http://www.blackpast.org/african-american-history/1982-audre-lorde-learning-60s/
Author Archives: aidarends
i go down the rabbit road to visit my friendsi go down rabbit roadevery day makes it harder to support this machine; understand?every day makes it harderto go to school; understand?every day makes it harderto BREATHE; get me?hear me clearly every day makes it harder to live
Quote of the Day – March 30
“Se lè koulèv la pral mouri li vin pi mechan – Haitian saying (The snake is the cruelest when its approaching death)”
Pan-Africanism, women’s emancipation and the meaning of socialist development | Pambazuka
“Women were in the forefront of the movement for national liberation in Ghana, then known as the Gold Coast prior to 1957. The early efforts of Nkrumah sought the full participation of women in the initial phases of organizing with the United Gold Coast Convention (UGCC) and the Committee on Youth Organization (CYO).” https://www.pambazuka.org/gender-minorities/pan-africanism-women%E2%80%99s-emancipation-and-meaning-socialist-development
India, U.S. have different priorities | MR Online
Does Biden even know that at least 25 African countries depend on Russia for meeting more than one-third of their wheat imports? Or, that Benin actually meets 100% on Russia for its wheat imports? And that Russia supplies wheat at concessional price for these poor countries? — Read on mronline.org/2022/03/24/india-u-s-have-different-priorities
i don’t need youto feel at homein this bodyi need me to fill a home in thisbody is likemy only homei ever knewchanged so much grewinto the power of LUV
song for the blackpoets
the blackpoets kept me alive!when you told me i should strivethe blackpoets kept me alive!when you told us to be quietthe blackpoets kept we alive!when war turned day into nightthe blackpoets told us to fight!
exercise in playfulness
ought ought ought ought to do bought bought bought bought a flu sought sought sought sought a crew drought drought drought drought of youth!
you don’t want the boy to know how much you want the boy to know so. don’t tell him much. you want the boy to know how much you want the boy to know so.
How Afro-Colombians are Fighting White Feminism
“By overlooking the Feminist struggles being led by Black and Indigenous women in Latin American countries with the highest femicide rates, not only in the region, but the world, we are creating a narrative that leaves out the range of lived experience amongst women while upholding the white supremacist narrative that Black Indigenous Queer womenContinue reading “How Afro-Colombians are Fighting White Feminism”