Our Sunday Links

On The Yee Haw Agenda, an interview with Bri Malandro.

Where is the help promised Grassy Narrows?

Ijeoma Oluo on the ways conversations about race are too often determined by “the feelings of white people, the expectations of white people, the needs of white people.”

Precious music video from Sarah Springrecommend, especially if you love floofy dogs!

Stock photos that feature trans and non-binary models!

An excerpt from Alicia Elliott’s book A Mind Spread Out on the Ground, on how trauma and marginalization is reflected in our diets.   

Gwen Benaway maps Toronto: “A winter night, a magic store, the weight of the sky above Christie Pits: how everything beautiful in Toronto is brief, singular and destined to die.”

Casey Plett thinks about visibility alongside books, zines, and blogs by trans people.

 

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