Originally posted on Digital Sisterhood Network:
Meet Digital Sisterhood Leader Alexis Pauline Gumbs, a queer Black feminist troublemaker from Durham, North Carolina. Alexis Pauline established the Eternal Summer of the Black Feminist Mind educational program and co-created the Mobile Homecoming experiential archive, amplifying generations of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer Black brilliance.
The Digital Sisterhood Network wishes Alexis Pauline a very happy belated birthday (June 12)! Enjoy your big 3-0!
1) How can people find you online?
- Web Sites/Blogs: http://alexispauline.com, http://brokenbeautifulpress.wordpress.com, http://blackfeminismlives.tumblr.com,http://thatlittleblackbook.blogspot.com, http://mobilehomecoming.tumblr.com,www.mobilehomecoming.org, and http://blackfeministfilmschool.wordpress.com
- Facebook: www.facebook.com/apg
- Twitter: http://twitter.com/alexispauline
2) Why did you start using social media?
I started using social media back in the days of Black Planet, but someone else created my account and my name. I think I got to college at just the moment when people decided it was easier to chat on instant messenger than to walk down the hall. I really amped up my digital media use when I started…
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