Befriending Becky: On The Imperative Of Intersectional Solidarity
Black Love
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Very powerful…and pure…and poignant. I love that you said, “As an unapologetically black, queer, and cash poor femme, I accept that I can only speak definitively on my own experiences. In fact, I’m of the belief that our experiences are the only things any of us can definitively speak on. But that doesn’t mean ours are the only experiences worth acknowledging.” I am a big believer in the power of experience, specifically of the marginalized and the oppressed. Thank you for adding voice and power to that notion. I’m so glad to get to work with you.

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