Through the book, young Afro-Latinas are able to relate to Gabriel’s poems and learn that standing firmly in one’s truth is one of the best ways to achieve your dreams.
With an air of powerful defiance against a world that still devalues Black trans power, Gossett hopes her work will be just one brick in the long road to liberation.
The new FX original series Pose is as “for us, by us” as it gets for trans women of color navigating today’s climate of visibility and awareness.
And since millennials and generation X are two of the most open and fluid demographics, it’s important these topics aren’t cis- and heteronormative.
Mother’s Day offers the perfect opportunity for all of us to explore what motherhood…
Rather than reduce women’s lives to a misogynistic thought experiment for op-ed pages, we should listen to what it is women say they need to lead fulfilling lives, have healthy pregnancies and build thriving families — not punish them.
It’s not just Gilead’s regressive dystopia — too frequently, futuristic TV looks back at abortion, not forward
There are three key actions that can propel this movement for Black maternal health, rights, and justice forward: Listen to Black women, trust Black women, and invest in Black women.
Gentrification greatly contributes to the displacement and housing instability of people of color.
A doula’s role is explicitly and exclusively to provide emotional support to a person navigating pregnancy and its outcomes. So why aren’t more providers telling us about them in our times of need?