Have you ever wondered what unseen photos, faux pas, untold stories, and unfinished works surviving partners of famous people are left with? Dr. Gloria I. Joseph has a treasure trove of memories of the renowned Audre Lorde. Joseph’s long-awaited new book “The Wind is Spirit: The life, love and legacy of Audre Lorde” gives us a rare glimpse of Lorde, as told by people who knew Lorde or, whose work was greatly impacted by her.
The second episode of ABC’s promising new comedy “Black-ish” left its LGBTQ viewership “black and blue.”
His victimisation of gay married priest Jeremy Pemberton condemned The Archbishop of York, John Sentamu, was confronted by gay and Christian protesters as he attended the opening of the restored Archbishop’s Palace at Southwell Minister, Nottinghamshire, today – 7 October 2014. They accused him of “victimising, intimidating and bullying” gay Anglican priest Canon Jeremy Pemberton. […]
“Beloved and beaten” is a phrase that best depicts how many African American children—past and present—are disciplined. It is an authoritative type of African American parenting discipline style that is painfully revered. Yet, in too many incidents, it continues to be uncritically passed along generationally.
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