A Muslim Woman Was Just Stabbed To Death In Front of Police in Pittsburg #General Strike

After a weekend of white terrorist misogynist massacres, another misogynistic possibly interlocking Islamophobic attack leaves two Muslim women who were wearing the hijab at the time of aggression ambushed, with one fatally wounded. The attack happened right in front of a police officer patrolling the 6th and Smithfield Streets area, at a Port Authority bus shelter … Continue reading A Muslim Woman Was Just Stabbed To Death In Front of Police in Pittsburg #General Strike

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Post-Colonial Feminist Artist, Author, Poet, Academic & Activist Facing Persecution & Risk of State Violence for MeToo Testimony

Right now, one of our most prolific contemporary women's rights, gender rights and post colonial/third world feminist, poet, author, artist, activist and a professor are under siege for identifying testimony in their experience with sexual harassment. They are being pursued by structural state and extralegal harassment, vulnerable to violence with the possibility of massive fines, … Continue reading Post-Colonial Feminist Artist, Author, Poet, Academic & Activist Facing Persecution & Risk of State Violence for MeToo Testimony

He’s Not Moscow Mitch, He’s Confederate Mitch. He’s American Mitch. He’s White America Mitch.

He's not Moscow Mitch. This isn't a foreign crisis. This is a domestic history of crises in deflection to foreign crises of American making. This is white supremacy and it's a spectrum. Mitch, he's on the far right end of that white spectrum. Ignoring that he's wholly white, wholly American, averting to a foreign adversary, … Continue reading He’s Not Moscow Mitch, He’s Confederate Mitch. He’s American Mitch. He’s White America Mitch.

We Come Singing Sula’s Peace: Restless Empowered, Toni Morrison

Epos--In the Canon of a Black Literary Reliance. "Burn this Book," "The Origin of Others," "The Mean People." "Race-ing Justice , En-gendering Power;" Like any artist without an art form, she became dangerous.  A Black Feminist Criticism, Freeing yourself was one thing; claiming ownership of that freed self was another. "God Help the Child," Pain. I seem to … Continue reading We Come Singing Sula’s Peace: Restless Empowered, Toni Morrison

Do Something: Another White Misogynistic Terrorist Massacre

We are done with soundbites. We are done with performative advocacy. We are done with synthetic symbolism. We are done with editorial consciousness whereas the integrity of the principle of expression concedes to contrite margins, never beyond the framing. We are done with symbolic dialectics of self-righteousness attempting to attenuate some pseudo-moral interchange directed at … Continue reading Do Something: Another White Misogynistic Terrorist Massacre

Gender Based Violence & The Ballot

Between the 2015 and 2016 Democratic Primary and the U.S. Presidential Election, gender became the paragon wedge between candidates, save the one who with the suppressed video footage in attestation of sexually assaulting women. When we position in gender in retrospect the historical mediated coup with unquantifiable potential foreign interference wasn't so much pressed about … Continue reading Gender Based Violence & The Ballot

Build Walls Around Rapists Not Refugees

Build walls around rapists, not women's rights, not a woman or a child's human rights to protection from gender political persecution.   If any lesson is to be learned from this line in his-story, it is that thousands, of Black undocumented, Afro-Latinx, Chicanx, Afro Caribbean, Indo-Caribbean, diasporas run out of their countries by colonial terrorisms … Continue reading Build Walls Around Rapists Not Refugees

When They Told Us “Go Back To Where We Came From”

When they said, "Go Back to where you came from," But never asked, How did you get here. When they chanted, "Send her back--" Why did you force us here. Why did you Separate, Bind, Shackle, Tidal Wave, Auction, Maroon-- Atomic plantation--us here. Why did you-- Colonize, Invade us; Genocide, gendercide, femicide, White wash, Media … Continue reading When They Told Us “Go Back To Where We Came From”