This Land Is Our Land? – On Being IndoLatinx at a Women’s March

I have started a post every morning since the march and then failed to share it because it felt inadequate. There were so many emotions about the event itself and they have been overwhelmed by the many emotions I’ve had … Continue reading

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Brown Girl Worshipping

The Christian Community Development Association (CCDA) was founded by John and Vera Mae Perkins in 1989 and is, “a network of Christians committed to seeing people and communities wholistically restored. […] To this end, we follow Jesus’s example of reconciliation. We go where … Continue reading

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Am I A Whore Then?

I love the idea of protecting our children. We need to. Desperately. From rape and sexual assault. From trafficking. From child abuse and intimate violence. Never from their own bodies. That is some flipped upside down, turned inside out and … Continue reading

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Portrait of A Feminista – Ondine Quinn

“Portrait of A Feminista” has been 4 months in the making. It was born out of last November’s #SecretLivesOfFeministas twitter conversation addressing the absence of Latina voices in mainstream feminism and the unique struggles faced by feministas. Read about the twitter movement that led to … Continue reading

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