Weekend Links, Vol #87

Welcome to another edition of weekend links! Each week, bluestockings staff curates a collection of links that reflect our mission as an anti-oppressive and intersectional publication.
Compiled by Kidest Assefa-McNeil

Links we like:

Help Providence Student Union win $50,000 by voting for them in a youth organizing competition

Browse the Queer Zine Archive curated by QZAP (Queer Zine Archive Project)

Read The Fader’s profile on singer Lizzo

Check out Badilisha Poetry X-Change the “largest online collective of African poets on the planet”

This set of pro-Black alphabet cards used in Chicago Public Schools in the 1970s is everything!

(content warning: suicide, mental illness) stop letting trans girls kill ourselves/ not a poem

Read Black & Pink’s October/ November newspaper

This interactive video game illustrates voter suppression

Private prisons’ new plan to cover loses involves more immigrants in detention centers

35 creative ways to describe your gender presentation!

Native struggle against the Dakota Access Pipeline continues:

Learn more about #NoDAPL by reading the Standing Rock Syllabus

#NoDAPL: Updates, resources, and reflections

The Human Right to Water at Standing Rock

A concrete list of ways to help #NoDAPL protesters

Support Sacred Stone Camp by donating or getting involved on the ground

Music we like:

Listen to the soundtrack of Issa Rae’s HBO comedy “Insecure” (updated weekly!): https://open.spotify.com/user/g0u1d1e1/playlist/4oJjcTobF5EufnXWdG5SGL

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