In the Spirit of Community-Building features projects that range from the personal to the political. By signal boosting these endeavors, we hope to empower, create, and sustain our own in solidarity and success.
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.
THE REVIVAL, presented by Jade Foster and the Cereus Arts family, is back for its fourth and final year. This salon-styled poetry tour, a testament to queer women of color and their passion for poetry, is saying farewell. Not without gifting audiences with the kind of soulful awakening and rejuvenation each performance is known for, QWOC style.
Unless you are white, male, economically advantaged or some combination of the three, your story is seldom highlighted when marry equality is discussed. Brittni Rogers and her wife, Brittani Henry, usher in some changes.
Andrea Dwyer chats with Cameron Stewart from “The L Word Mississippi: Hate the Sin” for ELIXHER. The self-identified “lesbian stud” talks about her religious beliefs, self-acceptance, “praying away” her gay, and being on the Showtime documentary.
Black lesbian elder Dr. Kofi Adoma shares her life journey and life lessons.