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The words, "read, make, watch, listen," in a search bar against the background of ocean waves



A Black woman stands next to a chalk board that reads, "Women are powerful and dangerous."

"Every woman has a well-stocked arsenal of anger potentially useful against those oppressions, personal and institutional, which brought that anger into being. Focused with precision it can become a powerful source of energy serving progress and change. And when I speak of change, I do not mean a simple switch of positions or a temporary lessening of tensions, nor the ability to smile or feel good. I am speaking of a basic and radical alteration in those assumptions underlining our lives."

Read Audre Lorde’s 1981 keynote presentation at the National Women’s Studies Association Conference.


"This is 'knot' your average DIY video. Watch this quick how-to video and get inspired by the 'ins and outs' of artist Windy Chien's signature rope sculptures."

Learn how to make a doughnut knot with artist Windy Chien. Learn more about her project, The Year of Knots, on her website.

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"Members of the [Las Musas] collective will read from their work, followed by insights on how literature can be a place of discovery, community, refuge, and celebration for young people. They will cover a range of issues and topics that kids face—homelessness, romance, unrequited love, racial discrimination, gender identity, drug use, sex, and mental health."

Join Las Musas, a collective of women and non-binary (identifying on the female spectrum) Latinx Picture Book, Middle Grade, and Young Adult debut authors, on Monday, June 22 at 4 p.m. EDT for an afternoon of storytelling hosted by The Center for Fiction. Free, but registration required.

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"In a wide-ranging conversation emerging out of the national and international protests in response to yet another spate of anti-Black police violence, these leading critical thinkers engage questions about intersectional and international struggle, the militarization of the border, racial capitalism, the feminist dimension of new social justice movements, the unsustainability of the nation-state, the power of the arts as a rallying force for imagining and sustaining solidarities, and much more."

The University of California Humanities Research Institute gathered Angela Y. Davis, Herman Gray, Gaye Theresa Johnson, Robin D.G. Kelley, and Josh Kun to think differently together about the structural conditions and explosive events shattering our times.


"Simone Leigh selected longtime collaborator and friend Madeleine Hunt Ehrlich to talk about experimenting with new media, the importance of failure in one’s career, and what it means to be a 'race woman.'"

Artists Simone Leigh and Madeleine Hunt Ehrlich in dialog on Bomb magazine’s new podcast, Fuse