Last week, the U.S. Supreme Court dealt a major blow to voting rights by allowing Texas to enforce one of the most restrictive voter identification laws in the country. Ashland Johnson, policy counsel at the National Center for Lesbian Rights, weighs in on what this means for people of color and LGBTQ voters.
Dr. Wilhelmina Perry, 79, is a Harlem native and the Administrative Coordinator of advocacy group LGBT Faith Leaders of African Descent. Although she had been having romantic relationships with girls since elementary school, Perry didn’t come into her sexuality until she met her late partner, Toni, at the age of 40.
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Did you miss last week’s #ELIXHERTalk? We explored what’s behind our strong response to actress Raven-Symoné saying she doesn’t identify as “African American” to Oprah. Here’s a recap of the conversation. We’ll be back with #ELIXHERTalk on Tuesday, November 11 at 9 p.m. ET with an exciting line-up of guest moderators! Save the date.
Gwendolyn Henry, founder of Bisexual Women of Color (BIWOC), shares some life-affirming advice on coping with grief during the holiday season.