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I just learned that this week is Bisexual Awareness Week or #BiWeek; at least according to this panoply of organizations and corporate co-sponsors.

Nevertheless, learning about bi-week inspired me to read June Jordan. She was and is a brilliant poet, playwright, essayist, revolutionary activist, feminist, and out bisexual. I am so grateful to learn from her work and her powerful voice, ear, and lexicon of truth. It’s a good week to spend time with June Jordan.

These poems are, in part, powerful and moving portraits of deep experiences of violence and oppression. Especially, “Poem about Rights.” They are also a way of re-experiencing, sharing, teaching, telling hard truths. Please keep that in mind before you click play.

 

THE DECOLONIAL ATLAS

re-imagining the world.

Moontime Warrior

Fearless Philosophizing, Embodied Resistance (by Erica Violet Lee)

Kshyama's Attic

a collection of political and personal thoughts, poetry, prose.

tequila sovereign

(c) joanne barker

Seagoat Astrology

commonsense woo

Naked Heart

The LGBTQ Festival of Words

incroci de-generi

tra classe, razza, genere e specie

Sky Writer

Donna Cunningham's Blog on astrology, healing, and writing.

Yanis Varoufakis

THOUGHTS FOR THE POST-2008 WORLD

Open Geography

Open is an adjective and a verb

Insorgenze

Non lasciare che la scintilla venga del tutto spenta dalle legge - Paul Klee -

CUNTemporary

Arts Feminism Queer

Working-Class Perspectives

Commentary on Working-Class Culture, Education, and Politics

Emotional Geographies Conference

The University of Edinburgh

ALTCINEMA

films by Kami Chisholm

Picket Parade

Voices and Stories from the 2015 York Strike Lines

Heal to Strike

Refuel at Mobile Strike Therapeutics

Cento Trattorie di Bologna

La guida con le migliori trattorie e ristoranti di Bologna. Dove mangiare i tortellini, le tagliatelle e le lasagne più buone della città. Un brasiliano in giro per cento trattorie bolognesi, attento anche alla bilancia!

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