// Tag: Interview

Imagining Liberation

The Changemaker Authors Cohort, a partnership with the Unicorn Authors Club, is a new, yearlong intensive coaching program supporting full-time movement activists and social justice practitioners to complete books that create deep, durable narrative change, restructuring the way people feel, think, and respond to the world. This interview series features participants in the inaugural cohort….

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Finding the Freedom to Love Through Faith

While faith is not often considered a hallmark of progressive values, you can be a person of faith and a member of the LGBTQ+ community. As historian Blair Imani noted in her TED Talk, these identities are neither mutually exclusive nor do they need to be reconciled. However, hardline readings of religious texts – be…

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Fleshing Out History

Throughout American history, efforts to bring the stories and lived experiences of people of color into the broader American narrative have been met with fierce resistance. When SNCC and a broad group of educators organized to make Black studies a feature of the curriculum, states sought to ban — and defund — the teaching and…

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A photo of a New York City Chinatown street. There are cars on the street and signs along the buildings. Photo by Mauricio Chavez on Unsplash.

Recognition and invisibility: A conversation with Panthea Lee about AAPI narratives

A conversation with Panthea Lee about empire, anti-Asian hate and the narratives that surround the AAPI community in America.

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