"Every person, of whatever abilities, has an important and amazing life, and deserves access to whatever they need simply by virtue of existing - these are facts I grew up knowing, and therefore I never had to "learn" them."
I met Angela at the California Institute of Integral Studies where we both studied in the Anthropology and Social Change program. She's a long time activist and teacher whose focus centers on intersectional feminism, disability rights, and gender, relationship and family equality. In this interview, Angela shares about gender-neutral parenting, the misconceptions of polyamory, the barriers people with invisibility disabilities face, social oppressions and health, and how all of these topics relate to feminism and capitalism.Read More
"I enjoy telling stories that reflect the world that I live in. I’m forming a production company and I’d like for every project on my slate to create opportunities for people to pursue their passions – especially for people in marginalized groups that have traditionally been or are prone to exclusion."
I was thrilled to interview, Lauren Warren, who is a writer, gamer, and one of the hosts of the Nerds of Prey podcastwho loves storytelling. In this interview, she shares about what makes the podcast unique, how her parents influenced her gaming, women of color in the gaming world, feminism and gaming, and her screenwriting ambitions. I'm excited about her continuous creations and their positive impact in nerd culture and the world!Read More
"...the most important thing for me is that my daughter has the opportunity to see other Black girls and women flourish in this atmosphere. It's also vital that she understand that the Black Girl identity doesn't exist as a monolith. All girls of color should have that."
This week, I got to interview the brilliant, Shannon Miller, about her upcoming podcast, Nerds of Prey, hosted by four Black women (Shannon, Lauren, CG, and Mel). Also, I asked her about women of color in nerd culture and comic books, and #OscarsSoWhite. In addition to her podcast, Shannon has a great blog about the representation of women on television.Read More