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“We Owe our Entire Lives to Trans Women of Color”

“We owe our entire lives to trans women of color,” says trans activist T.J. Jourian in the Keynote Address at the eighth annual Five College Queer Gender and Sexuality Conference at Hampshire College. Almost 400 students, faculty and community members attended the conference which ran March 3rd and 4th. Hampshire College is the smallest and… Continue reading “We Owe our Entire Lives to Trans Women of Color”

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Here We Are: Intersectionality for the Feminist World

These days, intersectionality is a word that buzzes around most feminist circles. People shout it loud and proud, “we’re intersectional!” I’ve sat in many meetings and conferences with fellow feminists – a brown face standing out against a sea of white – where this is the exact phrase that is uttered. “We are intersectional,” they… Continue reading Here We Are: Intersectionality for the Feminist World

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Podcast: Introduction to Spectra and Feminism

In our introductory podcast, Amanda, Adiba, Katia, Charlot, and Ciannait discuss how they started Spectra, and their hopes for it. They also discuss feminism in general, and how it has affected their life. You can follow the podcast on itunes or stitcher. Links Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie’s TedTalk and her book. photo credit: Johnny Silvercloud Fearing Diversity via… Continue reading Podcast: Introduction to Spectra and Feminism