Books & Literature

Black, Gay and In Love: Alain Locke, Father of the Harlem Renaissance

Philosopher, scholar, journalist, and educator, Alain Locke is considered the Father of the Harlem Renaissance for his support of, and…

Were Black and LGBT Reporters Banned from the White House Christmas Party Guest List?

In late November 2017, reports began circulating online holding that at least two journalists who cover the White House for…

Homelessness and the Death I Fear As a Queer Black Person

As a child, my family seldom spoke to me about sex or sexuality. Not in a healthy way, at least.…

Two Queer Black Women Find Sisterhood Beyond the Gender Binary

“It’s interesting how you don’t think about how everything you do is gendered,” the curator and Metropolitan Museum social media…
Film and TV

Academy Award-winning playwright shares experiences as black, queer artist

One day after watching Thursday’s premiere of the Northwestern student production “In the Red and Brown Water,” Academy Award-winning playwright…

No More Ghosts: Reviving Black and Latinx LGBT Spaces

We were working poor, monied, without homes, and business owners. Among us were sex workers, drug pushers, and college students.…

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