Donald Trump has been sworn in as the president of USA!USA!USA!
It’s time to bring the podcast back. Let’s affirm and resist and support and love and live. The podcast became a pretty significant part of how I practiced all those things so I’m excited to regenerate it after it’s been dormant for so long.
I’ve been terrible about setting a firm date for the return. Today is January 21, 2017. Ima say within one month there will be something I recorded (hopefully talking with someone else) available on this site. A ver si no me pega la flojera.
Hold me to it, yall! I’ve met and reconnected with many inspiring and fabulous queers of color here in Chicago! I want to talk to them all. And not just in Chicago, but all over the place.
In the meantime, check out the archive, tell your homies, your mom and dad, and your neighbors about queerandbrown.com, buy a sticker or patch, and connect with me out here:
instagram (this is where i’m most active these days)
Also, read some Toni Morrison. That’s where the quotes in the illustration are from.
This has been a hell of a week. Let’s keep it moving my beautiful qtpoc!
Yo internets, get ready to turn up cause Episode 23 of Queer & Brown in Steeltown is truly amazing! Our sistren Roopa Singh, lawyer, yoga teacher and all around flygirl, shares her vision for a better yoga future.
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Hey internets! You ready to walk for me, walk for me? Episode #22 of Queer & Brown in Steeltown is all about the ball scene, namely the Pittsburgh Honors Ball: Galaxy, Sat. Dec. 7th at the Andy Warhol Museum. True T Entertainment’s very own Dez and Naheen Cavalleri lay down the facts and figures. So give it a listen.
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Episode 21 of Queer & Brown in Steeltown features Rev. Shanea Leonard the pastor of JUDAH Fellowship Christian Church—a multicultural, non-denominational, inclusive and affirming church on the Northside of Pittsburgh. That’s right y’all this interview is with a same-gender loving pastor whose church, “affirms that you are exactly who God created you to be!” Pretty cool right? Yep, yep, right here on Q&B!
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Visual activist Zanele Muholi and journalist Lerato Dumse visited Pittsburgh last week to exhibit in the CI:13 Carnegie International and Q&B was lucky enough to be in the mix. As we showed them around town and traded stories about South Africa and the ‘burgh we learned more about Zanele’s Faces & Phases series and Inkanyiso Queer Media. This podcast is a great intro to Zanele & Lerato’s upcoming lecture at the Carnegie Museum of Art on Tues. Oct. 8th at 6:30pm. Check out our conversation and see you at the lecture. Continue reading “Q&B Episode 20: Zanele Muholi & Lerato Dumse”