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New York

  • When Pregnancy Does Not Lead to a Child: a graphic novel story

    Women suffer the of loss of a pregnancy in a way that can never ‘be expected.’ More often than not, we are compelled to ‘move on.’ Despite all the unspoken labor and subjection, there is no child. The Pregnancy ≠ Childbearing Project is an effort to make suspicious and subvert the markers of pregnant…

    Women suffer the of loss of a pregnancy in a way that can never ‘be expected.’ More often than not, we are compelled to ‘move on.’ Despite all the unspoken labor and subjection, there is no child. The Pregnancy ≠ Childbearing Project is an effort to make suspicious and subvert the markers of pregnant embodiment in an effort to speak for what has remained ‘unspoken’ in the brute force of pregnancy loss.

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  • Reading of A Fractured Life with Shabnam Samuel

    We come from a Culture of Silence.A culture that has shrouded us with this cloud of clear demarcations, that all good things are told to the outside world and all things bad are kept inside your own world. For women, this is doubly true. We are supposed to be the strength, the keeper of secrets and…

    We come from a Culture of Silence.A culture that has shrouded us with this cloud of clear demarcations, that all good things are told to the outside world and all things bad are kept inside your own world. For women, this is doubly true. We are supposed to be the strength, the keeper of secrets and the face of acceptance.This needs to change. So, I write to prove that I exist.

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  • Mark Warren, author of Lift Us Up, Don’t Push Us Out! Voices from the Front Lines of the Educational Justice Movement

    In “Lift Us Up, Don’t Push Us Out!” a diverse range of social justice organizations from across the country illuminate the struggles and triumphs of the emerging educational justice movement. The essays tell the stories of how black and brown parents, students, educators, and their allies are fighting…

    In “Lift Us Up, Don’t Push Us Out!” a diverse range of social justice organizations from across the country illuminate the struggles and triumphs of the emerging educational justice movement. The essays tell the stories of how black and brown parents, students, educators, and their allies are fighting back against systemic inequities and the mistreatment of children of color in low-income communities.

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