Freedom is not yet here. It is imperative that we always remember this. Black futures depend upon it. Black futures demand that we’re not content with loving our black lives without question; that we always question and consider who is left behind. We don’t have the luxury of parsing out race, from class, gender, size, dis/ability, and sexuality. It is critically imperative that we approach movement work through an intentional — perhaps, proactive — intersectional lens because it is vital that we expand and shape a movement that is all-body loving and all-gender honoring. And this is not to tokenize or exceptionalize people in spaces but to push us to be as abundant as the water — to soft river and vogue our way to freedom, following in the Black radical footsteps of Harriet, leaving no one behind.
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