Notes from an Afro-Genderqueer volume 2- 1st ed.
The second volume of the brown, genderqueer anthology Notes from an Afro-Genderqueer with blogs, essays, articles and poetry addressing intersections of race, gender, sexuality, ability, anti-racist organizing, organizing within queer people of color/people of color communities, organizing for food and health justice,economic justice, and much, much more.
DetailsTable of Contents
Thoughts from a QPOC
On Being and Belonging
Winning or Woes in the Workplace
The Thing about Poverty
Overworked and Underpaid...what else is new?
II. For Co-Visionaries' Eyes Only
Visionaries don't need to Dream
I'm not Doing this for my Health
III. Race, Gender and Sexuality...the Usual Suspects
De-Colonizing Gender in our Q/POC community...
Shades of Masculinity: On Masculinity, Strength, Perceptions of Power, and Desireability
Oppression and Austin: Drag Performance, Racism, Misogyny and Transphobia
IV. Just Justice
Not interested in sitting at your table
Food Justice Part 1: The Color of Food Justice
Countering Racism and Oppression in Holistic Healing
Why the world needs more QPOC/POC herbalists and healers
With or Without Me
My healing story
*100 pages of goodness