By Alice Y. Hom
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The Historically Queer podcast is your HQ for intimate moments from our movements, as told by LGBTQ activists of color. For this biweekly podcast, I will talk to folks from across the country and dig deep into my archives. You will meet some of the pioneers who paved the way for LGBTQ rights and raised our political consciousness about the ways race, gender, and sexuality are inseparable. Together, we will connect the present to the past by uncovering stories of queer activism by people of color throughout the decades. Historically Queer will give you a deeper understanding of the present, reignite our sense of belonging, and propel us to action.
||CleanHistorically Queer: Origin Story||Hear how Alice Y. Hom, the host of Historically Queer, became invested in documenting LGBTQ people of color and working on the intersections of race, gender, and sexuality. Professor King-Kok Cheung plays an unexpected role! Plus, learn more about...||7/20/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
Can’t wait for more!
I am including this episode as required listening for my Intro to Asian American Studies class to begin a discussion about who is considered part of Asian American experiences and communities and who is not- and an example of the brave step of telling your own stories.
sounds very promising and i'm looking forward to future episodes!
Beautiful work! Thank you!
Just listened to the teaser. Such powerful, personal and courageous storytelling! Thank you for sharing this beautiful and honest work! So excited to listen to the rest of the series. ❤️❤️❤️