The Cotton Belt in the Southern USA—the area of almost total cotton growing through Jim Crow—has a lot in common with the history of the folx oppressed in the West Indies. We would do well to think about what we share in common.
Rather than deal with our own inadequacies, Americans seek some other to blame.
Progressives are always fighting the system to change rules and struggling to overcome bad faith actors who abuse the rules within the system.
traA philosopher examines the uses of science and his love for his son amid the Texas legislature’s debate over appropriate health care for trans kids.
Drawing on themes from queer theory and responding to COVID-19, “Order of Flo” playfully dances along the lines of destiny at the intersection of bodily motion and mindful emotion. Melting the presentations of drag, queer bodies, and weird minds, “Order of Flo” trans-imagines dance, tarot, poetry, and glossolalia. The evening welcomes a co-revelation of dancers thinking, philosophers moving, and audiences emerging.
Repuglican Farty politicians have gerrymandered their way into not even knowing where corporations are coming from let alone most American citizens.