Vínculos & Quierdos (Links & Loves plus Links I Love)
Mia Mingus et al., examining the intersections of disability/access, ethnicity, and queerness http://leavingevidence.wordpress.com/
Ariel Luckey, dancing at the crossroads of education, art, and activism: http://www.arielluckey.com
Distrupt the social taboo around bodies that menstruate, see the beauty in blood art show: http://www.beautyinblood.com/
Christian Peacemaker Teams, an organization where no questions are off the table: http://www.cpt.org
Heat your home with a flower pot (and other frugal ideas)!
Christianity and Anarchy in conversation: www.jesusradicals.com
Mentoring with the 8 natural directions in mind. The natural world is one of the most powerful teachers.
Octavia Butler! http://juliedash.tv/2016/04/18/julie-dash-interviews-octavia-butler/
Local community organizing to Close the School of the Americas!
If I did a PhD in anything right now, it’d be in the area of power studies, using menstruation as the site to talk about all sorts of things related to power, bodies, sexuality, life cycle, gender, nutrition, the environment, etc. My favorite blog is at the Society for Menstrual Cycle Research: http://menstruationresearch.org/blog/! One of my favorite posts there uses menstruation as a site for examining our understandings of cycles of work and rest, cold war era rhetoric, and productivity.
Sistah Doctah Lex: http://www.alexispauline.com Queer Black Feminist Scholar-Activist who runs the Sunday School of our Lorde and Eternal Summer of the Black Feminist Mind. My cyber-quilting mentor.
Jubilee House, an intentional living community (Mennonite Voluntary Service) made a video back in 2008!
Reading these random acts of kindness bring tears of joy to my eyes every time!
Fun blog: http://thehairpin.com/
Angela Davis on being asked about violence, elucidates the context of the question
The survivor, Rev. Abby Mohaupt, on the utter failure of the church to protect the vulnerable, and her commitment to change this.