Current Events, Patreon, Resist Oppression

Shifting the Future of Reproductive Justice

Something revolutionary is happening in Providence and black women, indigenous women, women of color and trans people are at the center of it, where we belong.   On March 9th, a large group of people from all backgrounds came together at First Unitarian Church of Providence on a Friday night.  They came not to worship, but to listen… Continue reading Shifting the Future of Reproductive Justice

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Current Events, Patreon, Resist Oppression, Support

You’ve Got Mail

PushBlack Takes You to School... from your Messenger app.   I believe I have shared about this before, but here goes, again. This time in a more official capacity. Sign Up for PushBlack on Facebook today.  You will get history lessons sent directly to your messenger inbox regularly.  But not just any history lessons.  Take this entry on… Continue reading You’ve Got Mail

Eggshell Free Poetry, Poetry, Buy Now, Coming Soon, Uncategorized

#PoetsOfInstagram

[Image description: screenshot of the Instagram profile page of {Nha Nomi} https://www.instagram.com/killing.georgina/.%5D I’ve joined the ranks of amazing writers like nayyirah.waheed using #poetsofinstagram, #spilledink, #blackpoets and numerous other hashtags of which I am quickly becoming acquainted. I have even created my own #eggshellfreepoetry and #killinggeorgina. I am posting image versions of my shorter poetic pieces… Continue reading #PoetsOfInstagram

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Change the Page

I am not your pusher I am not your whore I will not stand aside and hold the door while you climb and push me to the margins skip my footnote ignore my humanity take the credit and more I will not sit back and hide my pain while you continue to slander my name,… Continue reading Change the Page

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Self Care: Sing Until the Burning Stops

Originally posted on Patreon.com/KillingGeorgina on August 14, 2017 photo via Playstation.comNot much personal writing has been happening on my end. Scheduling, agendas, emails, notes, to do lists, social media blurbs; that’s about all I have been able to tap out these days. I’m organizing a sister march to the March 4 Racial Justice in DC… Continue reading Self Care: Sing Until the Burning Stops