Category Archive: revolt

Letters to our family (December 2014)

Dear Black & Pink, I came across your newspaper from a fellow inmate. I had no idea that a paper like this existed. I’m so happy that there is support there for someone in this situation of incarceration such as myself. I really feel as a gay male that I really have allowed myself again …

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We Support the Ferguson Action National Visionary Platform & Demands

WE WANT JUSTICE FOR MICHAEL BROWN. WE WANT FREEDOM FOR OUR COMMUNITIES We Want an End to all Forms of Discrimination and the Full Recognition of our Human Rights The United States Government must acknowledge and address the structural violence and institutional discrimination that continues to imprison our communities either in a life of poverty …

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Dialogue Betwen CeCe McDonald and Jason Lydon

take a watch and a listen (turn up your volume as CeCe’s voice is quiet)

Letters to Our Family (November 2014)

Dear Black and Pink, I have been receiving your newspaper since March of 2014. I see there are a lot of transwomen who write from California Prisons. The stories of abuse by inmates and staff seem to never end. The prison I am at in California is well known for transwomen since the early 80′s. …

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Message from Jason (November 2014)

Dear friends, I hope this note finds you as well as possible. It’s hard to believe it’s already November. Also, here is another apology for our slow moving on newspaper things. We are always trying to figure out how to be most effectively on top of that. I appreciate that folks constantly hold us accountable …

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Letters to Our Family (October 2014)

Dear Black ‘n’ Pink, Hello to all of our community! I have over the past couple of months gotten my hands on copies of the latest Black ‘n’ Pink issues. Maybe it’s the fact that I was raised in a religious household that this life confuses me daily. I don’t understand but thanks to Black …

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Message from Jason (October 2014)

Dear friends, I hope this note finds you as well as possible. I am excited to begin getting surveys from you all. The wisdom you share with us and the information you give will help us strengthen our work. It will also help us tell the truth about what it is like for LGBTQ people …

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Are you a penpal? Tell us about yourself and your experiences!

start the survey button

We just began an extensive survey of our incarcerated membership, and we’d also like to survey our free-world members!  TAKE THE SURVEY NOW!  We would like to have a better sense of who our free-world penpals are, what characteristics they used to pick a penpal, and importantly, what type of support would be helpful for …

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Out in the Night film screening supported by New Orleans chapter

We are so thrilled that the film Out in the Night will be screened at the New Orleans Film Festival as part of the OUTakes Sidebar Series!  Here is a link to the film screenings! It documents the true story of four young Black lesbians who are violently and sexually threatened on the street in NYC. They defend themselves …

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A free world penpal shares their story

Free world penpals are sharing stories about their penpal friendships! Would you like to write a short piece? Send us your thoughts using this online form.   I knew about Black and Pink for at least a year before I started getting involved. It sounded like something I would be interested in, but I was also …

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