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Hues and Grooves: Katherine McKittrick in conversation with Yaniya Lee on Black creative texts

The Global Legacy of Quebec’s Subsidized Child Daycare

Mayukh Sen hangs out with Samin Nosrat at Chuck-E-Cheese. The pictures alone in this piece are heart-melting

The docuseries Surviving R.Kelly premiered this week and Hannah Giorgis writes about how the series makes clear that his abuses are continually enabled by his immediate circles and his fan base

Women in Kerala have formed a 620km long human chain in protest to gain access to the Sabarimala temple, a space that menstruating people are barred from

Indigenous peoples in Brazil are under direct attack from the country’s new president

On Friday, members of the RCMP’s Aboriginal Police Liaison met with the Wet’suwet’en Hereditary Chiefs and indicated that Wet’suwet’en people will be forcibly removed from sovereign Wet’suwet’en territory. Here’s how you can support the nation in their ongoing resistance to pipelines in their territory

 

Grandfather of the House of Xtravaganza, Hector Xtravaganza passed away this week

In case you missed it, Samantha Marie Nock revisited her piece about desirability, monogamy, and being abandoned—this time thinking about trusting your friends

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