Rashawn & Beyond: Anti-Violence News for Queer People of Color

The Rashawn Brazell Memorial Fund aims to establish a sustainable tribute to Rashawn that promotes critical thought about the impact of violence and intolerance, particularly upon queer communities of African descent.

Through this blog, we provide action alerts, event postings and breaking news as a means of informing these communities in ways that enable them to combat racism and homophobia.

Monday, February 27, 2006

Bloggers Review Princeton Panel

We are proud to report that last week's panel discussion "Intolerance, Injustice and Intersectional Identity" was a huge success. We extend special thanks to our panelists Kim Pearson, Clarence Patton, Rashad Robinson and Kwame Anthony Appiah as well as the Black Graduate Caucus of Princeton University, who organized the event.

For details about Wednesday's discussion, visit Steven G. Fullwood, founder of the Black Gay and Lesbian Archive and manuscripts librarian at the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture, Kim Pearson, magazine writer and Assistant Professor of journalism at The College of New Jersey.


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