Re:Generate FREE Wellness and Resilience Day Retreat for Black LGBTQ Women Pride Weekend in Atlanta, GA

24 08 2011
Saturday, September 3 · 4:00pm – 10:00pmSt. Marks Youth Center

781 Peachtree Street Northeast (accessible by Midtown Marta Station)
Atlanta, GA

Join the Mobile Homecoming Project, Quirky Black Girls and Kindred Southern Healing Justice collective during Atlanta’s Black Gay Pride Weekend for a historic day-long retreat designed to build community among Black LBGTQ women of all ages, share self-care, grounding and healing practices and celebrate the power of our LOVE!!!


4:30pm Intergenerational Discussion on Staying Amazing for the Long Haul and Avoiding Burnou…t as Activists, Artists, Healers and Transformative Educators

Ongoing: Delicious self-care booths of all kinds!

Lex sharing new archival miracles of Audre Lorde and Pat Parker’s correspondence about survival and cancer and more…

6pm Cooking with our favorite body-loving recipes and eating together!!!

8pm Intergenerational Dance Party!!!!

Have a self-care practice or favorite recipe or dish that you want to share? Email us at!!!


*****Participate in our love-filled fundraiser to support this event from near or far! Have the name of a loved one of yours who demonstrates, demonstrated or could use some wellness and resilience energy painted onto a tapestry that will be part of the altar for this healing space! *******

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So excited to see you there!!!!!

8/28 Butterflies and Bad Girl Legacies: Rainbow Reclamations Durham

20 08 2011



Sunday August 28th

Inspiration Station, Durham NC (email for directions)




Dedicated to your sacred sassy self! This session for women of color and and feminists of color who do not conform to the gender binary to talk about sex, survival, revenge and healing on our own terms. We deserve a space free from the policing and criminalizing norms about our sexuality as people of color and as gender transforming revolutions.

This will be a space where through the journey of Ntozake Shange’s Lady in Orange,… we can explore how we feel about the intergenerational criminalizing of our bodies. About the shade thrown inside and outside of our families about feminized folks who refused to play the game by patriarchy’s rules, the reclamation of the word “slut,” the shaming work of books like Steve Harvey’s “Act Like a Lady Think Like a Man” and the over-riding truth that wrong is not our name. We are so bad its good.

By popular demand and with infinite love WE CONTINUE a seven month process called Rainbowed Reclamation, a colorful women of color juicy poetry and food-filled space of sacred discussions that reclaim our bodies, collectivize our spiritual energy and the brilliant choreopoem For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide When the Rainbow is Enuf.

Please wear orange and bring food if you can!

Children are welcome will be provided…please let us know in advance if you can if you are bringing a young revolutionary who may not be quite young or old enough to wander through our conversation about sex and coming(!) of age.

These monthly discussion/rituals are love in practice towards creating a spiritually …aligned, intimately interconnected, queer affirming and self loving community of women of color and genderqueer people of color ready to support each other in transforming the world.

Childcare will be provided!

If you are a woman of color and/or a genderqueer person of color anywhere near Durham…COME! If you are a woman of color and/or a genderqueer person of color anywhere in the world email to find out how to host your own event and send folks in North Carolina to us!!! If you are an ally spread the word and please send this to people who need this space!!!!

Here and Now: Anna Julia Cooper Birthday Potluck 6pm on 8/10 in Durham!

4 08 2011
facing “first”
Wednesday, August 10th  6pm @ the Inspiration Station
Where and when Anna Julia Cooper enters, possibility, ferocity and accountability arrive. As the first African-American woman to earn her PhD and a proud southern educator from right here in North Carolina, Anna Julia Cooper made her life into a question that many of are answering: YES!

Join the participants in the Juneteenth Freedom Academy Summer Intensive for Educators as we celebrate yet another black woman who changed the meaning of education in this land.

Bring something yummy to share and be sure to remember who you bring with you where and when you enter!