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AUDIO: Ritchie on the Lit Review Podcast Discusses Police Violence Against Trans and Cis WOC

via the Lit Review Podcast:

“Invisible No More: Police Violence Against Black Women and Women of Color is a very timely examination of how Black women, Indigenous women, and women of color experience racial profiling, police brutality, and immigration enforcement.

[NOTE: Ritchie states explicitly in the podcast that *women in this book and in this conversation includes trans women]

Honoring Horne and Black Diasporic Resistance at AAIHS

The African American Intellectual History Society recently honored the intellectual and activist work of African diaspora scholar Gerald Horne. Organized by Phillip Luke Sinitiere, if you haven’t yet or IFYMI, definitely explore the posts there by clicking below.

Thank you Phil, Keisha, and everyone at AAIHS for inviting me to contribute!

Foreman: (Dis)Remembering Black Women’s Lives

Summer is here and look what I found in my Evernote archive.

This 2011 video essay by P. Gabrielle Foreman reflects on the social justice labor of love that is collecting, archiving, and cataloging black women’s history.

My interest in history began around my grandmothers’ kitchen tables, needling them to frustration for information on ‘who our people are.’