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Brown Lives

Since the Black Lives Matter started after a series of outrageous killings of Black men and women by the police, I have often asked: where is the equivalent Latino group. Where is Brown Lives Matter? It seems that the outspoken people of color should all have the...

Coming Out Story

http://nabwmt.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/na-cast-when-to-come-out.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 6:19 — 5.8MB) | EmbedSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | Email | RSSKen shares a coming out from NPR’s StoryCorps cast and how it...

Racial Justice in Education

As an educator, I have worked with students at the margin and become even more aware of the special plight of young African American males as they are schooled, and the expectations that are set for them. Some facts first. Most teachers are white. according to a new...

PAFF 2016 journal #3

So I met up with Ken and Mack at the movies and we saw “Stories of our Lives” with an unfortunately small audience. This is a lovely black and white omnibus feature which told 5 stories of everyday life in rural Kenya and its challenges for GLBT people. These...

PAFF journal #2 

From Jeff H BWMTSC COCHAIR Sunday, Feb 7 My planned viewing last night (Saturday) was altered by my underestimation of the popularity of the festival this year. (ALERT: Buy your tickets as early as possible!) I barely got into “Half of a Yellow Sun” and I had to...

Pan African Film Festival-LGBT shorts

Today, my Husband and I went to the Pan African Film Festival to look at 5 LGBT short stories entitled “Stories of Our Lives”. The was presented by the Nest Collective after they published a book (http://www.thisisthenest.com/sool-book) This book evolved in June 2013,...