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For Action #5 of @womensmarch 10Actions/100Days campaign, we have come together to #ReflectAndResist with our families + communities. It's been AMAZING to hear the questions my 6 year old Penny asks when we read The Youngest Marcher, a beautifully written & illustrated children's book about Audrey Faye Hendricks, an inspiring young civil rights activist from Birmingham, Alabama who successfully resisted the unjust law of segregation in May 1963 through participating in The Children's March. So excited to build a rich, inclusive library to share with both my daughters as they grow.

Happy #WorldPoetryDay! Whose poetry would you want the world to #ReflectAndResist with?

IMAGE DESCRIPTION: In this November 3, 1971 black and white photo taken in Los Angeles, Maya Angelou, smiling and wearing a head wrap, is seated while leaning her hands and chin on a copy of her book, "I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings."

I made a video with the footage I shot at the D.C. Women's March for 4th Estate Media. We're posting it as part of the #ReflectAndResist action for the 10 Actions in 100 Days movement.
Reignite your resolve and do not grow tired. Watch the full video on the 4th Estate YouTube channel. Link in bio
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#reflectandresist #contentforcreatives #womensmarch #womensmarchdc #womenindesign

🔑Key takeaway number 2: we need to talk!
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Communication is critical in combatting our own normalcy biases. It's important to talk to people who are unlike us, and learn their perspectives!
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Thank you @xavierperryart for this video capturing @o.k.america 's inaugural meeting! #OKAmerica #ResistanceATL #reflectandresist #resist #atlanta

Phones out everyone. 5calls.org and resistbot.io make it easy.
They are hoping you don't speak up about Medicaid or the Supreme Court smash and grab, so make your voices heard. #ReflectAndResist

Today I #reflectandresist back to my first protest. November 12, 2016. The Saturday after the Election. Not My President March in NYC. I was headed downtown to be at the protest. I gathered a frew friends in the neighborhood that I hadn't talked to in a while. We all went down and marched to Trump Tower. That was the beginning of something new. .
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Not My President, November 12, 2016

This has been my subway read for the past few weeks. #RequiredReading #ReflectandResist #SeriouslyGoReadIt #angeladavis #intersectionalfeminism

Turning a new page.
#Action5 from @womensmarch asks us to #reflectandresist by diving into into intersectional feminist works. Currently, we are very into #BadFeminist by @roxanegay74 ! Up next: @janetmock 's #RedefiningRealness 📖

What are you reading/watching/listening to?! Please share!

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Great for our young girls especially in today's climate! ・・・
#womensmarch #ReflectAndResist #TheYoungest Marcher #AudreyFayeHendricks, #civilrights #activist #Birmingham #Alabama #TheChildrensMarch

Surfacing by Danielle Knauft. Doesn't it feel like we are trying to find a big gulp of optimism these days? Hard to find it in the news these days. Remember diving into a summer pool - noises above muffled by the watery blue as you kicked up? These days I just want to stay in that place - in a watery state of suspension. Summer looms and there are a million good reasons to tune out. And, there are a million more to keep at it. Keep calling your members of Congress, keep sending postcards. Whether you are in a red or blue state, your voice matters. It needs to be heard. Keep kicking. #resist

Today I was fortunate enough to travel to Trenton to document @unchainedatlast stage a Chain In to #overridechristie and put an end to child marriage in the United States. .
Chain In. June 1st, 2017. Trenton, New Jersey.
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.#photographer #photojournalism #pride #love #childmarriage #activism #endchildmarriage #reflectandresist #photography #rally #togetherwerise #nobannowall #ny #youth #resist #heretostay #aclu #equality #nyclu #documentary #activist #huffpostgram #resist45 #newjersey #unchained #unchainedatlast #womensrights #girlsnotbrides #chainin

From.. @tko.creative This time is crucial for our young generation. They are getting an opportunity to learn to love unconditionally and grow to stand against the cruelty in this world. .
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Brighton Beach Pride. May 20th, 2017. New York City
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.#photographer #photojournalism #pride #love #lgbtq #activism #lgbt #reflectandresist #lgbtpride #photography #rally #togetherwerise #nobannowall #ny #youth #resist #heretostay #aclu #gayrights #equality #nyclu #documentary #activist #huffpostgram #trumprussia #gayisok #resist45 #impeachment #notmypresident

Did you know?

Langston Hughes (1902 – 1967) was a novelist, playwright, writer and columnist. In a time when blackness was looked down upon in American Society, Hughes was unashamed and proud of his heritage (a theme that can be seen throughout his collection of work). While it is unclear that he identified as LGBT, some academics agree that there are gay undertones present in Langston’s poetry, citing many of his unpublished works which may have been written a male lover. Hughes was never open about his sexuality; he instead chose to focus on the struggle of his people in the African American community. Hughes is now recognized as one of the key figures in the Harlem Renaissance. He was honored with countless awards both during and after his life, has a middle school named in his honor and has even been included in a series of Black Heritage postal stamps. Langston served as a mentor for many young black writers of the 50’s and 60’s, one of whom described him as having "set a tone, a standard of brotherhood and friendship and cooperation, for all of us to follow.” [Source: GLSEN] #ReflectandResist

Did you know??
Barbara Smith (b. 1946) is a lesbian feminist and has done much to shape modern Black feminist thought. In 1975 Barbara reorganized the Boston chapter of the National Black Feminist Organization to form the Combahee River Collective. The Combahee River Collective was a socialist Black feminist organization that emphasized the intersectionality of racial, gender, heterosexist, and class oppression in the lives of Blacks and other women of color. Barbara and the Combahee River Collective have been credited with coining the term identity politics, which they defined as “a politics that grew out of our objective material experiences as Black women.” Barbara felt the need for women of color to have their own autonomous publishing resource and in 1980, along with Audre Lorde and Cherríe Moraga, she co-founded Kitchen Table: Women of Color Press, which published the notable This Bridge Called My Back: Writings by Radical Women of Color. Barbara is currently in her second term as a member of the city council of Albany, NY. [Source: GLSEN]
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#Repost @speakupstark
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Monthly #bookclub shots: Adrienne and tiny member Tilly #bellhooks #reflectandresist #intersectionalfeminism #feminism

#Repost @speakupstark
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Really great discussion today about #feminism. Second monthly #bookclub was a big success! #intersectionalfeminism #reflectandresist #bellhooks

Monthly #bookclub shots: Adrienne and tiny member Tilly #bellhooks #reflectandresist #intersectionalfeminism #feminism

Really great discussion today about #feminism. Second monthly #bookclub was a big success! #intersectionalfeminism #reflectandresist #bellhooks

Did you know?
Daayiee Abdullah (b. 1954), an openly gay Muslim Imam, grew up in Detroit, MI in a Southern Baptist family. Daayiee was politically active from a young age. He worked for California Gov. Jerry Brown’s office in San Francisco and in 1979 he was one of the San Francisco coordinators for the National March on Washington for Lesbian and Gay Rights. Abdullah found Islam during his tenure at Beijing University. In 2000 Daayiee joined an online community of gay Muslims and he quickly became a leader in this community. Daayiee soon after became an Imam, and stepped forward to offer funeral prayers for HIV/AIDS victims and perform same-gender wedding ceremonies that no other Imam would do. Abdullah is proud to be one of only two openly gay Imams in the world, and is happy to discuss his beliefs that LGBT people should in no way be excluded from the Islamic community. [Source: GLSEN] #reflectandresist

Throwback to our #Action5 #reflectandresist event! An awesome group of organizers and participants got together in Astoria to discuss intersectional feminism through articles, movies, books - exploring the many lenses that define being a feminist. There is so much to say and learn on this topic - would you guys be interested in another session?? We would!! Let us know.
Special Thank you to our venue QED!
#intersectionalfeminism the future is #intersectional
@womensmarch #womensmarch #astoriamarch #whyimarch #whyiresist #whyipersist #10actions100days

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