Fierce-haired Puerto Rican Sexologist! Co-founder of The LatiNegr@s Project, radical educator and woman of Color w/a disability, titi/auntie, fat pro-choice independendista femme. Basically a pretty cool broad.
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University of Minnesota Undergrads! Take this class!
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You can wink at me anytime, Mr. Sunjata ;-)
things i want in my mouth edition 283977913865912
in women’s studies
in american studies
in latin@ studies
in ethnic studies
in natural sciences
i’m interdisciplinary and have already done the “work” like many of us have. one of us got to get a degree then run a college than give us all honorary doctorates!
From Bitches With Books
english-speaking caribbean authors
Eve “What Ya’ll Want” remix 1999
may go out on a limb and say this could be one of the 1999 LatiNegr@ anthems for those living in the US & into hip hop by women. Or maybe that was just my experience. My jew Jerome sent me this so h/t to him forever!
so yeah, this happened
As a big supporter of CARIBBEAN UNITY, I implore anyone who is interested in the Caribbean culture, lifestyle, language, or fashion, to watch the fashion design competition show, “Mission Catwalk.”
This Jamaican show, not only showcases the talent, and growth of the Caribbean region, but it also showcases the lifestyle, and culture of the Caribbean through the designs created by each contestant. Going strong for three seasons, the winning contestant receives money to support their fashion line, a scholarship to an internationally renowned fashion university, and a chance to showcase their work at either Miami Fashion Week( season 1) or London Fashion Week (season 2 and 3).
Season 3 has participatns hailing from BARBADOS, JAMAICA, ANTIGUA & BARBUDA, TRINIDAD, HAITI, BAHAMAS, ST.VINCENT, GUYANA, ST.LUCIA
You can SUPPORT the show by participating in the commentary on youtube, or by friending the show on facebook at https://www.facebook.com/missioncatwalk.
today is the birthday of one of the greatest loves of my life: Jenny. Our 13th year as homegirls began because I would cry every night to my parents when I arrived at NYU; homesick and distraught by how NYC and NYU looked and felt; shocked it was so color-free and the only times I saw myself was when looking out the window of my village apartment and looking down at the people of Color taking out trash, cleaning. My papi told me to “make friends” one night and the next day I sat in class, looking at all the people who didnt look like me and picked the one with the curliest hair: Jenny, to be my friend. I tell myself I chose Jenny, but really she chose me too. We chose each other. And we always do! She is the remarkable essence of love in its purest form. She sees me and witnesses my life, evolution, and helps me create new memories that remind me what I do matters and what I create has value and worth. She does this for everyone in her life. If you’ve had the phenomenal joy of being in her presence and having her in your life, you know what revolutionary love is, feels like, and why we need it forever. I adore you Jenny and can’t wait to see you again soon! Happy Birthday!