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As this is the start of Black History month, we wanted to raise up the work of Black women who’ve expanded our knowledge of sexuality and why Black Lives Matter. So stay with us. We talk about talented and courageous Black women: Audre Lorde, Angela Bowen, Mandy Carter, and Imani Woody. And we explain why Black Lives Matter to us as two white women.
Opening music by Kabbalistic Village, closing music is “Sultry Space Showers” by B.Leo. All music available through Creative Commons Attribution, Non-Commercial Share Alike 4.0 International.
You can learn more about how to support Black Lives Matter working to elevate the issues of race and racism in our society.
The Women of Color Sexual Health Network (WOCSHN) is an inspiring group of sexuality educators and they’ve just released a new curriculum. We’ve worked with many of these great women and love their work. You can learn more about them here.
Jennifer Abod's documentary film about Angela Bowen is inspirational, informative, complex, and humorous. Check out the trailer and enjoy the film.
Ta Nehisi Coates’ beautiful book, Between the World and Me is an important read for our times. Here’s the link.
Ashley mentioned The Hate You Give, by Angie Thomas. Here’s the link.