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Aishah S. Simmons
Black Feminist Lesbian| Incest & Rape Survivor| Filmmaker| International Lecturer| NO! The Rape Documentary| Anthology| Dharma
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Aishah S. Simmons 21h
I am so appreciative of my sister Jey'nce Mizrahi sharing Iyanla Vanzant's compassionate perspective on Jussie Smollet.
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Aishah S. Simmons 22h
Today my Cousin "Uncle" Harold White will be laid to rest. This beautiful article gives a detailed glimpse of the giant trailblazing educator and loving man he was on his incredible life’s journey. May his spirit rest in eternal peace. Amen. Sadhū, Ashé-O
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Aishah S. Simmons Feb 21
Thank you, New York City Anti-Violence Project: “The clients that walk into our offices every day are surviving a culture of violence against LGBTQ people, especially people of color and those of trans...
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Aishah S. Simmons Feb 21
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Aishah S. Simmons Feb 21
“I'm for truth, no matter who tells it. I'm for justice, no matter who it is for or against. I'm a human being, first and foremost, and as such I'm for whoever and whatever benefits humanity as a whole.” El Hajj Malik Shabazz/Malcolm X May 19, 1925 - February 21, 1965
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Aishah S. Simmons Feb 19
Replying to @Moore_Darnell
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Aishah S. Simmons Feb 19
I love this interview with pioneering Black lesbian feminist activist, scholar, author, and publisher in . Know Barbara Smith: One of Our First Proud, Out Black Lesbians
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Aishah S. Simmons Feb 19
Celebrating 's paperback publication day! No Ashes in the Fire is such a courageous, riveting, and beautiful memoir. I love my hardback copy, but his image on the paperback cover is everything!!!
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s. alexander-reid Feb 18
Replying to @AfroLez
Aishah Shahidah Simmons/ is the “Spotlight Feature” in Hematopoeiesis Press, Issue 4
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Kiese Feb 18
How Toni Morrison Fostered a Generation of Black Writers
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Women In The Life Association Feb 18
From 1993-2013, we connected Black lesbians in DC, across the NE corridor, across the country & ultimately the world. Founder Sheila Alexander-Reid reflects on our herstory in “ Resistance and Resilience,”
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Aishah S. Simmons Feb 18
Replying to @wellreadblkgirl
thank you for sharing!❤️💜✊🏿
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Well-Read Black Girl ™ Feb 18
THREAD | Please read & share ’s incredible work ❤️✊🏾📖
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Aishah S. Simmons Feb 18
My partner wrote a powerful 20-yr herstory (1993-2013 in about her org . Sheila is a trailblazer, who, along with many, created unapologetic affirming spaces before social media.
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Aishah S. Simmons Feb 18
I'm going to send you an email. I'm coming to LA to screen NO! at Claremont. Want to see if I can do something with WLP when I'm out there!
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Aishah S. Simmons Feb 18
Long before she was my beloved partner, I knew and respected Sheila Alexander-Reid as the founder of the Women in the Life Association in the early 1990s. Women in...
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Aishah S. Simmons Feb 18
Thank you, Sis ALWAYS for your incredible work and also for sharing this interview. I am grateful!
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Aishah S. Simmons Feb 18
Replying to @thefeministwire
If you missed Audre Lorde 80th birthday anniversary, 12-day, global online forum in 2014 or want to revisit it in 2019, this link provides the index to all of the contributions that were published.
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