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Blog, Social Justice

Brandi Carlile’s Sermon – Queer Joy in the Face of Authoritarian Crisis

On Friday, June 24th, I had tickets to see Brandi Carlile, lesbian musician and author of Broken Horses, at the Greek Theater in Los Angeles. On Friday, June 24th, a group of five unelected justices made the decision to renounce a nearly 50 year precedent and repealed Roe V. Wade. It is, quite literally, a …

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Read then Organize books to read as SCOTUS overturns Roe V. Wade
Blog, Social Justice

Read Then Organize: 4 Books to Read as Roe V. Wade Overturns

After nearly 50 years, Roe V. Wade has been overturned by the Supreme Court. This leaves abortion up to individual states and their elected officials giving the opportunity for roughly 20 trigger states, which are states with laws set in place in order to act on abortion bans given the opportunity, to criminalize those who …

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Author Interview: A.E. Copenhaver

In A.E. Copenhaver’s debut novel, an overwhelmed environmentalist named Cara finds unexpected—and ethically questionable—relief in her boyfriend’s carefree mother Millie. My Days of Dark Green Euphoria is simultaneously a wild ride of an adventure tale and an important exploration of eco-anxiety in our modern world. I spoke with A.E. Copenhaver about what led her to …

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