Let Us Remember Coretta Scott King & Her Children | Jeremy Nathan Marks
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Let Us Remember Coretta Scott King & Her Children | Jeremy Nathan Marks

It is well that we recall the challenges that Mrs. King faced in the days and weeks,
months and years following her husband’s murder. Far too often historians, journalists, and filmmakers ignore the unpaid labour of women and mothers that keeps households solvent and which enables the work of social change. Continue reading

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Homeplace Is A Space For Political Resistance & Refreshing Opportunities For Solidarity & Community, According To Bell Hooks’s Essay
#ShiftYourPerspective / #WomenWriters / Archives / Christina Lydia / Essays, Feminism, & Academia / Pt. 8

Homeplace Is A Space For Political Resistance & Refreshing Opportunities For Solidarity & Community, According To Bell Hooks’s Essay

In the midst of an oppressive and dominating social reality, homeplace is a site of resistance and liberation. Continue reading

International Women Day 2017 Campaign Theme Is, Appropriately, #BeBoldForChange
Archives / Christina Lydia / Essays, Feminism, & Academia / Pt. 7

International Women Day 2017 Campaign Theme Is, Appropriately, #BeBoldForChange

It is important to remember that women’s issues are varied, they are full of depth, and many are adjoined with intersectional issues. While International Women’s Day is everyday, it can be easy to prioritize Women’s issues in a way that dismisses and erases the economic and racial disparity that so often haunts women’s rights and feminism. I encourage you to take a look at the pledge — both women and men — and select an issue that speaks true to you — one which you know you can sincerely and actively do. Continue reading