“It has nothing to do with slavery.”
Dear readers, I've been home since March 13th, 2020. In the midst of this covid19 pandemic, I have not been writing. I have not been reading. I have not been reviewing. Or planning. Or publishing... I have been parenting. Surviving. Teaching. And with my "free time," I have been sewing. I am sewing for my … Continue reading Do you need a fabric face mask?
a few graffiti grrlz updates!
1. If you can afford to buy your own facial/massage: consider donating it to a single mom who can’t or an underpaid/overworked teacher who care gives for other people’s children. #MothersDay 2. Bail out a mother/caregiver so she/they can be with her children. @NationalBailOut #FreeBlackMamas: https://nationalbailout.org/ #MothersDay 3. Donate to Nikki Addimando’s defense fund; She’s … Continue reading 10 Feminist Ways to Celebrate Mother’s Day
Now this was a fun and engaging interview! Please check out: Episode 68: Graffiti Grrlz w/ Dr. Jessica Pabón-Colón https://soundcloud.com/user-365850231/episode-68-graffiti-grrlz-w-dr-jessica-pabon-colon For today’s episode, we focus on a unique exploration of a population that typically goes unnoticed - women in graffiti. Specifically, we interview Dr. Jessica Pabón-Colón, an a Assistant Professor of Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality … Continue reading Black and Highly Dangerous Podcast
Content Warning: PTSD in real life, abortion on TV, sexual assault on TV, same-sex intimate partner violence on TV . . . . When I was 18 or 19 years old (1998ish), I was an undergraduate teaching assistant for an introduction to women's studies course at UMass Dartmouth. The class was held in the Women's … Continue reading About that trauma that lives in the body…
"For me, what I've learned in my life and through my studies is that HOW we do feminism really matters and it's really not enough to just say I'm a feminist--or I'm an intersectional feminist--without understanding the roots. [...] To move forward we need to look back."
An Open Letter to POC at SUNY New Paltz
My interview with Ideas on Fire is live! The episode is available in Apple Podcasts (iOS), Google Podcasts (Android), Spotify, YouTube, Soundcloud, and all the other podcast players. We chatted about my book Graffiti Grrlz: Performing Feminism in the Hip Hop Diaspora (02:13)The future of feminist graffiti art (05:10)The intersection of art, academia, and activism in Jessica’s work (10:14)Curation … Continue reading Ideas on Fire Podcast Interview
Sometimes googling yourself pays. I came across the trailer for my interview with the Imagine Otherwise Podcast (Ideas on Fire). The full episode is out February 13th! Jessica Nydia Pabón Colón on Social Justice Curating