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As It Should Be

As It Should Be with Thamarrah Jones is a weekly podcast interview series for people who are actively learning and unlearning their role in upholding systems that hurt people, people who wish we’d care about each other’s experiences more often. Thamarrah interviews the people remaking the world as it should be to discuss the role …

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Dialogues on Disability

Dialogues on Disability is a groundbreaking and critically-acclaimed series of interviews that disabled feminist philosopher of disability Shelley Tremain conducts with disabled philosophers and posts to BIOPOLITICAL PHILOSOPHY on the third Wednesday of each month. The series provides a public venue for discussion with disabled philosophers about a range of topics, including their philosophical work on disability; the …

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Carsie Blanton

Carsie Blanton writes anthems for a world worth saving. Inspired by artists including Nina Simone and John Prine, her songs swing blithely from sultry jazz ballads to pop-punk protest anthems, all with an equal dose of moxie and mischief, bringing her audience together in celebration of everything worth fighting for. “Carsie Blanton is one of …

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K Tempest Bradford

K Tempest Bradford is a writer, podcaster, teacher and activist. She writes Afrofuturist and AfroRetroFuturist fiction for kids and adults that reflects her multiple identities, including her Blackness and Queerness. Her short stories have been published in magazines such as Strange Horizons and Electric Velocipede and anthologies such as Sunspot Jungle and In The Shadow …

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Jennifer Kretchmer

Jennifer Kretchmer is a producer, writer, actor, streamer & disability advocate. She’s the executive producer and co-creator of the hit tabletop series Monsters and Fables, which airs on the official Dungeons & Dragons channel, and she has appeared as a guest on numerous shows for Geek and Sundry, Machinima, and Saving Throw, among others, and is …

Annie Elainey - YouTuber, Artist, Advocate for Body Positivity, Gender, Race, LGBTQ+, Disability, Chronic Illness, Mental Health

Annie Segarra

Annie Segarra (aka Annie Elainey) is a content creator, YouTuber, and intersectional activist. Recently diagnosed with Ehlers Danlos Syndrome; after her health took an abrupt decline, she focused on her health and creating content. Her video channel and blog cover many topics such as disability, body image, media representation, LGBTQ, and other aspects of her identity, as well as reviews, …

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Alice Wong

Alice Wong is a disabled activist, writer, media maker, and consultant. She’s the founder and director of the Disability Visibility Project, an online community dedicated to creating, sharing, and amplifying disability media and culture created in 2014. Alice is also a co-partner in four projects: DisabledWriters.com, a resource to help editors connect with disabled writers and journalists, #CripLit, …

The covers of three of MariNaomi's graphic novels, Dragon's Breath, Turning Japanese, and I Thought You Hated Me

MariNaomi

MariNaomi is a queer mixed-race Japanese-American visual storyteller and community organizer who’s published four graphic memoirs, a graphic novel trilogy called Life on Earth, and many many gags, strips, diary comics, essays, and more. They’re also the creator and administrator of the Cartoonists of Color, Queer Cartoonists, and the Disabled Cartoonists databases. These resources, which feature thousands of comics creators, are free …

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POWER NOT PITY

POWER NOT PITY is a podcast by Bri M, a Black, Jamaican, disabled, non-binary queer person who loves telling stories. Bri started the podcast to help address a dire lack of media created about disabled people of color. POWER NOT PITY amplifies the voices of the disabled people of color community everywhere. Using candid interviews, analysis …

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Black Girl in Maine

Black Girl in Maine is Shay Stewart-Bouley, the creator of BGIM Media, a digital space for in depth discussions on racism and white supremacy, a podcast series and public talks, centered around the belief that we need to look at who creates the narratives that we read and believe. Says Stewart-Bouley, “In most places, the narratives are fed to …

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Badass Cross Stitch

Badass Cross Stitch is Shannon Downey, a queer art activist who lives full-time in her RV “traveling the United States (and hopefully the rest of the world when the borders open back up) in an attempt to know everyone and trick people into hanging out with me by teaching them how to embroider.” All this …

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Wagatwe Wanjuki

Wagatwe Wanjuki is an award-winning antirape activist & theorist on Title IX, abuse and trauma. Since launching a campaign for a better sexual assault policy at Tufts University in 2009, she’s continued to work for a world free of gender-based violence. Wanjuki strives to bring sexual assault prevention to the 21st century through online public …

Rob Sheridan

Rob Sheridan

Rob Sheridan is an art director, writer, designer, illustrator, photographer, director, and editor, among other things. After a 15 year journey as the creative director for Nine Inch Nails and designing visuals, videos, and stage production for the band How to Destroy Angels, he’s out on his own as an independent writer and artist. He’s …

Feminist Frequency

Feminist Frequency

Anita Sarkeesian and the Feminist Frequency team produce media criticism and penetrating feminist analysis with “a hint of humor, a dose of drollery, and a soupçon of snark.” They create video series like Tropes vs. Women in Video Games, Ordinary Women: Daring to Defy History, The FREQ Show, Queer Tropes and a large slate of podcasts. With their …

Feminista Jones

Feminista Jones

Feminista Jones is a Philadelphia-based feminist writer, public speaker, community activist, and semi-retired social worker. She is an award-winning blogger and the author of the novel Push the Button, the poetry collection The Secret of Sugar Water, and the critically-acclaimed Reclaiming Our Space: How Black Feminists Are Changing the World From the Tweets to the …