anybody know who runs the latino-diversity tumblr? there is no ask or fanmail feature to reach out to them. I just want to know if they have information on the photographers, artists, etc of the people who create what they are posting b/c you know, copyright, attribution, respect of artwork, etc. etc. stanks!
Banned Books Week Events Around the Country! | Comic Book Legal Defense Fund: Banned Books Week starts this Sunday, and libraries, schools, and retailers around the country are sponsoring events to celebrate the freedom to read. This… h/t carlo
diasporadash: afrolatinoforum: Red de Mujeres Afro-latinoamericanas, Afrocaribeñas y de la Diáspora, Encuentro Diaspora Afro, Where and When I Enter, the Caribbean Cultural Center & African Diaspora Institute and the Afrolatin@ Projectinvite you to attend a panel discussion MONDAY SEPTEMBER 22, 20146-8:30 PM "THE STATE OF BLACK WOMEN IN LATIN AMERIC
latinegrasexologist: Lesson: The field in the US is very racially white. Changing that will mean expanding who is identified as a “sexologist” and you will embrace that expansion because it means inclusion. Life Lesson: Expanding who one identifies as a “sexologist” or even “sex educator” or “sex worker” can lead to inclusion. There are some folks who will n
latino-diversity: An Afro Bolivian woman and her baby Afro Bolivians are unique in that they’ve adopted many of cultural practices, traditions, and attire of the Aymara people who are the largest Indigenous group native to Bolivia. Most Afro Bolivians not only speak Spanish but also the Aymara language fluently.
thebookbyitscover: María Ligia Chaverra (featured in the video above) She is a human rights defender in the Afro-Colombian community from Curbaradó River Basin, Las Camelias Humanitarian Zone who is facing threats from both sides of the armed conflict. A land rights leader, she has faced intimidation and harassment by armed groups, as well as constantly faci
latinegrasexologist: Lesson: The US field of sexology was built on the bodies of enslaved Africans and indigenous people. You are not allowed to ever forget this. Life Lesson: Because so many others will forget, happily. They will forget and that erasure will seep into the work they do and it will continue to erase the humanity and needs of those who are mos