Weekend Links, Vol. #95

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.

Links We Like:

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Gabourey Sidibe’s shoot for Nylon Magazine is everything and more! Check out her upcoming book here.

Read AFROPUNK’s interview with Afrofuturist musician Sammus, who we featured on our playlist for the aspiring Afrofuturist

Check out this instagram account that solely features Latinx writers

From White Wolf Pack
From White Wolf Pack

Read up on the largest march for Indigenous rights in DC which took place this past week

More from transwomen Laverne Cox and Kuchenga Shenjé on Chimamanda Adiche’s transphobic comments

A Message From the Latinas Who Made the ‘White Girl, Take OFF Your Hoops’ Mural via Latino Rebels

Wearing an ankle monitor at all times was one of the many restrictions placed on Marissa Alexander during her two years of home confinement. (Photo: Courtesy of Marissa Alexander)
Wearing an ankle monitor at all times was one of the many restrictions placed on Marissa Alexander during her two years of home confinement. (Photo: Courtesy of Marissa Alexander)

After Seven Long Years, Freedom: An Interview With Marissa Alexander

Black, Queer, And Muslim: On Faith, Self-Care, And Identity a listicle of Black, queer, and Muslim people by Najma Sharif

“The following six people are black, queer, and Muslim; they include black Americans and black diasporans alike. They’re writers, models, students, and artists. Their identity isn’t easy to define or understand, but perhaps that’s fine; perhaps it’s not worth trying to dissect. After all, when I think of my identity, I remember what Toni Morrison said about “there always being one more thing” to explain; being black, queer, and Muslim means that you’re always explaining your existence, and have less time to just exist.”

Start Loving Black Trans Womena facebook post by Xaelah Jarrett

To compensate the author for their labor donate to CeCe McDonald & Joshua Allen’s #BlackExcellence Tour

Zahira Kelly offers jewelry, phone accessories and clothing inspired by her artwork.
Zahira Kelly offers jewelry, phone accessories and clothing inspired by her artwork.

This Afro-Latina’s Art Is Therapy For Black Women Suffering From America

Videos We Like:

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Watch this short webisode that confronts transphobia and transmisogyny

Junglepussy releases Somebody

Music We Like

Chloe x Halle released a new mixtape: The Two of Us

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