Informed Voting: Official Voter Guides and VOTE411


It seems like the clarion call to "go out and vote" is shriller than ever this year. But the fact remains that merely showing up to the polls and casting a ballot on election day (which, in truth, is becoming intentionally harder for non-rich, non-white voters across the U.S.) is not enough: the power of... Continue Reading →

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Call for Submissions: “Native Liberation and Abolition,” a Blog Series


Below is a summary call for submissions from Abolition: A Journal of Insurgent Politics.This is a great opportunity to contribute to the scholarship of abolition, especially for Native/Indigenous scholars! Submissions are due December 1, 2018, though they say they will continue to accept submissions after that time. Abolition: A Journal of Insurgent Politics invites submissions for... Continue Reading →

Fighting the (Q)arceral State: 10/19-20 Lambda 2018 Political Conference


I'll be speaking this weekend at Harvard Law School on the impact of policing and caging transgender people of color for the Lambda 2018 Political Conference. It promises to be a great conference and much needed conversation. It's a free event with refreshments provided. Please come out if you're local! Facebook event details here. Registration... Continue Reading →

UPDATE: What is Bokashi? Indoor Compost Fermentation for Apartment Dwellers Like Me :)


June 2017 Update: I first posted this on December 26, 2016. Since then. I've added food scraps and some other biodegradable materials into my Bokashi bin, let it sit, drain off the liquid—all the things one should do to maintain the fermentation. During this time, I saw a white, fluffy mold grow on the edge... Continue Reading →

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