Outspoken Female Leaders

Hey folks,

I’m getting ready to teach a lesson on outspoken women and I want to know, who are some female leaders you look up to in your life. I teach inner city youth - south Asian, black, Latina young women. Therefore, I like to educate them about other powerful women of color.

Feel free to msg me and/or reblog. We have to give voices to our (her)stories.

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So basically my friend’s dr diagnosed her w a case of affluenza. Gave her the most basic recommendation of rest and plenty of fluids - like that isn’t standard when you feel craptastic.

Oh, the struggle of being sick while POC in a white driven medical world. HD

So basically my friend’s dr diagnosed her w a case of affluenza. Gave her the most basic recommendation of rest and plenty of fluids - like that isn’t standard when you feel craptastic.

Oh, the struggle of being sick while POC in a white driven medical world.

blackfashion:

black-m3rmaid:

blackfeminism:

queenquong:

chubbycartwheels:

glam-pire:

kararikue:

You NEEDED Mermen of color on your dash, you just didn’t know it.

no I did

Now my tumblr is perfect.

!!!!!!!
if you haven’t already, i’m guess you wanna see this, sourcedumal and iridescent1
and mypurpleself

yesssss

👀 my companions

Who raided my dreams? HD

blackfashion:

black-m3rmaid:

blackfeminism:

queenquong:

chubbycartwheels:

glam-pire:

kararikue:

You NEEDED Mermen of color on your dash, you just didn’t know it.

no I did

Now my tumblr is perfect.

!!!!!!!

if you haven’t already, i’m guess you wanna see this, sourcedumal and iridescent1

and mypurpleself

yesssss

👀 my companions

Who raided my dreams?

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“Finding people who practice decolonial love is as hard inside of a vast movement as it is outside.”

- Junot Diaz (via ethiopienne)

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thisisnotlatino:

Books written by Latinx authors:

  1. Dreaming in Cuban by Cristina García
  2. How the Garcia Girls Lost their Accents by Julia Álvarez
  3. When I Was Puerto Rican by Esmeralda Santiago
  4. Across a Hundred Mountains by Reyna Grande
  5. We Were Here by Matt de la Peña 
  6. The Green House by Mario Vargas Llosa
  7. Barrio Boy by Ernesto Galarza
  8. My Beloved World by Sonia Sotomayor
  9. The Tattooed Soldier by Héctor Tobar
  10. What Can(t) Wait by Ashley Hope Pérez

"When I was Puerto Rican" es uno de mis libros favoritas. Me recuerda de la escuela secundaria. Era un requisito y, en ese momento, estudié en East Harlem.

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Reblog if it is 104% okay to come to your ask and just say ‘Hi can we be friends’ and then start asking you random questions.

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