This entry is the first by guest author Alexis Pauline Gumbs, Phd. Alexis is a queer black troublemaker, a black feminist space cadet time-traveler and an inspired embodiment of love. She is the founder of the Eternal Summer of the Black Feminist Mind Planetary Community School and the co-creator of the Mobile Homecoming Project: An Experiential Archive Amplifying Generations of Queer Black Brilliance.
This article is being published as part of a 4 part series:
Site 1 The Bottom of the Barrel
Site 3 The Queer Reproduction of Black Life
Site 4 The Presence of the Future
Black women’s geographies and poetics challenge us to stay human by invoking how black spaces and places are integral to our planetary and local geographic stories and how the questions of seeable human differences puts spatial and philosophical demands on geography. These demands site the struggle between…
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