first 5 hours home in over a year. my nana tried to convince me i didn’t come home last year. she didn’t remember that i brought home a partner and no one wanted to see me. i didn’t know how to correct her. my brother is manly, and sensitive and hilarious (as always). the old music he’s playing though is already breaking my resolve to keep it together. his gentleness with...
Mississippi mayor comes out as gay →
by Denis Dison Today at work, I was bored and found this story. I emailed this mayor, and he actually emailed me back. Interested to see how the story unfolds….
The Anarcho-Feminist: One teachers approach to... →
togetherforjacksoncountykids: “It’s Okay to be Neither,” By Melissa Bollow Tempel Alie arrived at our 1st-grade classroom wearing a sweatshirt with a hood. I asked her to take off her hood, and she refused. I thought she was just being difficult and ignored it. After breakfast we got… One of the reasons I want to be a teacher.
Tralalère !: “Parce que des lèvres libertines ou... →
capucha: “Parce que des lèvres libertines ou vénales lui avaient murmuré des phrases pareilles, il ne croyait que faiblement à la candeur de celles-là; on en devait rabattre, pensait-il, les discours exagérés cachant les affections médiocres; comme si la plénitude de l’âme ne débordait pas quelquefois par…
Ethnic Studies library list!
tierracita: After getting a couple asks for the list, I thought I would just publish it here more directly. It’s unfortunately alphabetized by author, but until I get that fixed, here you go. Over 800 books (some are duplicates) by POC and about POC/POC issues/politics and I just ordered more on friday:)
ilvadesoi: to push, to move (something) Exemple: Le vent poussait le bateau vers la côte. The wind was pushing the boat towards the shore. Compound forms Pousser un peu To overdo it/go too far Pousser une gueulante To shout one’s head off Pousser quelqu’un à fair quelque chose To…
In the depth of winter, I finally learned that within me there lay an invincible...– Albert Camus (via gottakeepondancing)
My Life as a Feminista: Feminist texts written by... →
mylifeasafeminista: This list is stil a work in progress, but I really wanted to get it posted. I have either read parts of/all of the texts below or they have been recommended to me. Please reblog and add your own suggestions to the list. Each time someone adds something new, I’ll go back to this original post and make sure to include them. Thanks and enjoy! Books Women, Race, and...