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Photo of Ahsante Bean standing holding her camera with her hand on her hip, with her name to the left and "Be your best self. Social awareness. Self care. Personal growth."

Ahsante Bean

Ahsante Bean is a multimedia storyteller helping you to move consciously and creatively through life. She publishes YouTube videos to help you do well, be well, act thoughtfully, and make your day a little brighter. She’s dedicated to uplifting marginalized voices, with videos covering intersectionality, allyship, and highlighting the experiences of women of color. Ahsante has been …

Starlight City Entertainment

Starlight City Entertainment

Starlight City Entertainment is the independent self-publishing comics imprint for works authored and created by Shaun B., aka the Starlight City Project. Shaun B. is a West Indian American writer from the Northeastern U.S. His first published title, R:ILPERSONA, debuted online in June of 2015, and is serialized as a popular weekly webcomic on its …

Fiq the Signifier

F.D Signifire

F.D Signifire produces video essays analyzing black media and movies while saying so much more. With titles like “Why Wonder Woman 1984 Has A White Feminism Problem,” “Action And The Impossible White Man Trope,” “Why We Need To End The Myth About The Gay Agenda To Destroy Black Men,” and one of his most well-known …

BlackComicsChat

BlackComicsChat Podcast

BlackComicsChat Podcast is Grace Gipson, Thelonious Legend, Marcus Kwame Anderson, Leo Faierman, and Anthony Otero. They broadcast live on Twitter and Twitch, showcasing the work of marginalized creators (along with some “rando Twitch stuff”). The Black Comics Chat first started out as a Twitter Chat in 2014 before becoming a podcast in 2015, featuring interviews …

For All Nerds Show

For All Nerds

For All Nerds is the “Voice Of The Urban Geek.” Hosted by DJ Benhameen and Tatiana King Jones, ForAlNerdsShow welcomes guests from every corner of entertainment. They strive to provide a platform for and uplift people of color in pop and geek culture. From film and tv, to anime, wrestling, horror and more–the FAN team …

Those Wrestling Girls podcast and video program

Those Wrestling Girls

Those Wrestling Girls is a podcast about women’s wrestling. Co-hosts and founders, Krista B. & Queen P.R. want to give the women’s division the same attention as the men’s division. They discuss all things women’s wrestling, as well as cultivating the women’s wrestling fan community. On their Patreon pledges can expect weekly recaps of Raw, …

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, …

Ska Tune Network header illustration, a parody of the Cartoon Network title treatment with the letters spelling "Ska Tune Network" layed out in altnerating black and white tiles, musicians in a mosaic pattern in the background.

Ska Tune Network

Ska Tune Network publishes, primarily, ska covers of songs like popular tunes and soundtracks. They do a lot of other things within the ska/punk/emo/math rock/music realm, from original compositions, covers, music theory videos, skits, and so much more. It’s all primarily and exclusively produced by JER, a 26 year old music composer, performer, trombone player, …

Illustration by Yuumei, of a young artist seated on the floor of her studio, surrounded by her paintings and paint buckets labeled things like "Hope," "Doubt," "Fear," "Pain," etc.

Yuumei

Yuumei is a professional illustrator, designer, and published graphic novelist. She’s known for webcomics such as Fisheye Placebo, Knite, and 1000 Words. She’s also the original designer of the Axent Wear Cat Ear headphones that’s sold in stores. She’s been sharing her art and comics online for free all her life. She loves visual storytelling to convey the …

Tight headshot photo of Cynthia Lin, Ukulele performer and instructor.

Cynthia Lin

Cynthia Lin, creator of the #100DaysofUkuleleSongs project, shares ukulele tutorials and arrangements for free on YouTube because she believes that “(i) everyone has the ability to create and make music through teaching ukulele, (ii) i can help more people access their creative abilities (iii) the joy and creative empowerment of making music can change the world for the better.” After six …

Yolanda The Energetic Alchemist

Yolanda, The Energetic Alchemist

Yolanda, The Energetic Alchemist hosts the Reiki Radio Podcast and teaches Reiki, intuitive development, elemental balancing and chakra mirroring. Yolanda’s also the founder of The Alchemy Circle and creator of The Seekers Circle, which has become an international community of energy-workers. She trained with internationally recognized Reiki Masters in the lineages of Usui Reiki Ryoho …

Illustration by Susie Yi of four comic-style cats sitting around a campfire enjoying hot cocoa, on a hilltop.

Susie Yi (Cat and Cat Comics)

Susie Yi is the creator of the popular Cat & Cat Comics and Peaceful Panels, and the author and illustrator of the the book Cat and Cat Comics: The World According to Cats, published by Studio Press, and the upcoming Cat & Cat Adventures graphic novel series, published by HarperCollins. Patrons get access to hundreds of existing posts, from never-before-seen comics to long …

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 …

POWER NOT PITY logo, a flat black and white illustration of a the traditional wheelchair icon with a superhero cape flowing off the back of the chair occupant and flames coming off the wheel.

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 …

Doe and Deer artist, Jackie, in a selfie photo. She is a young woman with long dark hair, wearing a plaid hat and silver hoop earrings and a calm look on her face.

Doe and Deer Crochet

Doe and Deer Crochet is powered by Jackie, a popular crochet artist who’s been creating fashions and accessories for years. She operates an online store of her creations, both made-to-order and ready-made, and she sells her patterns on Etsy and Ravelry. If you’re into Boho or Cottagecore, she’s got you covered. On her Patreon, she …

Teespoonies logo, an illustration of the torso of a black woman using crutches to walk.

Teespoonie

Teespoonie is Teona, a multi-disabled and neurodivergent Black non-binary woman who’s a writer, college student and self-described “chaotic cripple” creating educational articles on Blackness, disability & neurodivergence. She became disabled a few short years ago and in the process of seeking treatment, began to realize she’s been disabled since childhood. She decided she wanted to write …

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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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The Geekiary

The Geekiary is a blog started by fans, for fans. Proud members of many fandoms—Tumblr users and Twitter addicts, con goers, photographers, cosplayers, artists, and writers they’re consumers and analyzers of geeky media. They approach their work from a fan’s perspective, meaning they’re enthusiastic, passionate. As they say, themselves, they have FEELINGS. the Geekiary has …

GothamGirlBlue - Kaitlin Byrd

Kaitlin Byrd – GothamGirlBlue

Kaitlin Byrd, who goes by GothamGirlBlue on the socials, is a writer and political activist based in her hometown of Brooklyn. She describes her writing like this: “My writing focuses on the outcomes of policy, not merely who ‘wins’ or ‘loses’ with its passage. I talk about good faith, bad faith and who has earned …

Illustrated self-portrait of By.Vegalia wearing a tiara.

By. Vegalia

By. Vegalia is a multi-disciplinary artist who makes and sells an extremely popular collection of digital brushes for illustrating several types of hair such as curls, coils, braids, plaits, twists, baby hair and more, including over 50 different curl brushes and more than 40 braid brushes. She posts tons of quick, easy-to-follow digital drawing tutorials …

Illustration from Stephanie Williams' comic series, "Living Heroes" showing four women characters from the series, arm-in-arm and laughing.

Stephanie Williams

Stephanie Williams is a comic historian and pop culture critic for notable publications such as SYFYFANGRRLS, Marvel, The A.V. Club, Nerdist, Den of Geek, and Rotten Tomatoes. You can hear her pop culture commentary on podcasts like The Lemonade Podcast and get a taste of her comic book expertise on the first two seasons of …