This is an online form, to be part of a growing resource that is an online directory of queer and trans ASL interprtors of colour across the USA. You can also be in touch with the two people who created the form, resource to ask questions or give suggestions.

This article is written by a first generation Mexican American woman of color who discusses her experiences of microaggressions as a dance artist and how this has damaged her emotional health as a person of color. The artcile engages with conversations and collaboration with other dancers of color and colleagues to name some of their personal experiences in the dance world that reinforce systemic racism.

This article is about how the Black Lives Matter movement has drawn attention to injustice in the black community in policing, public health, and education. As WXXI’s Noelle Evan’s reports, people with disabilities are also part of the movement for social justice.

This article is about the white supremacist fetishization of black bodies and how it is often conflated with a care for black lives, but white desire is no evidence of care for black folks.

This is an article written by black woman Zahra Barnes about trying to process the violence and racism that are part and parcel of living in the Uk and as a black or brown person, during a pandemic that, of course, is decimating Black lives, health, and communities the most.

This page is a collection of resource, looking at dismantling systems and ideologies of oppression that devalue and dehumanize people of color. Here you’ll find a wealth of anti-racism and somatic abolitionism resources.

This article is written in Spanish. The artcile is by Black, Trans artist “LoMaasBello” from Buenaventura, Colombia talking about what inclusive language means to people of fluid gender.

This interview is written in spanish, the article is about Louis Yupanqui, who had to face various situations of racism in their country. As they became an Afro activist, they began to question themself about their sexuality and their body. Here they write about the process of discovering and affirming their identity.

Decolonizing latinx health, reclaiming traditional healing

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