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SOULE’s Salute To Our Black Queer Troops The Legacy of Major Alan G. Rogers

  When the Founding Colonizers established the United States Military in 1789, it was a time of patriotism like no

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Dream. Invent. Think. Organize. What One Woman is Doing to Fight Food Insecurity in Philly

This Women's Month, we have taken a look at the lives, works, and triumphs of remarkable women of color who

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Black Lesbian Bodies are the Media’s Forgotten Stories

2017 was a trying year for everyone, it seemed as though there were more ups and downs packed into 365

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Could Netflix Be America’s Gayest Network?

Have you found yourself getting hot and bothered during Lito and Hernando’s steamy love scenes on Sense8? Or found yourself

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Did ‘Dear White People’ Get the The Black Queer Experience Right?

When Netflix started promoting the debut of “Dear White People,” the series. I was really like, meh. Don’t get me


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