Right now, there is a trans child out there who feels alone and invisible. …
Let’s use Bonita’s experience and the experiences of others to help us navigate this crisis. We are better together.
Part Two of The Drinking Gourd’s Afrofuturism roundtable series.
Tune in heroines, wake up femme and female protagonists. We need you.
Users have created an entire genre of videos designed to scare away would-be harassers and help vulnerable people navigate dodgy situations.
“The message is, ‘I know you’re watching me.'”
People will always try to capitalize on the fear and confusion of others, and the coronavirus panic is no exception.
When we don’t tell our stories, it allows others to write the narrative for us—or worse, exclude us entirely from it.
“The impacts of surveillance go beyond lawsuits or those specific moments in time.”
“Taken separately, many of these posters give viewers snapshots of a particular time, but when gathered together, patterns and stereotypes emerge, as well as contrasts in how certain characters are depicted in different markets.”