Rainbow cupcakes and the rainbow-washing of corporate logos still surprise, disorient, and anger me. My queerness has nothing to do with buying products; it is radically at odds with corporate power and the white supremacy that is inextricable from that power.
Toward necessary transformation.  How I am complicit in the forces of oppression that surround me, affect me, and keep me in struggle with my own divin…
Tamiko Beyer
"My job is to make revolution irresistible" - Toni Cade Bambara. The arts are a kind of magic, and making revolution irresistible is magic.
Tamiko Beyer
This is my younger brother and me. That grin, that wink: joyful expressions of our small bodies hurtling through the streets of our Tokyo neighborhood.
Tamiko Beyer
We were hundreds of loose groups across the country, fashioning transformation out of starlight and strategy, spindrift and solidarity. 
Tamiko Beyer
I understand language to be a kind of manifestation, utterance as a kind of binding that we use on each other and the world around us. I also know the …
Tamiko Beyer
Black and Indigenous-led organizing, disability justice and art, food sovereignty and land rights...I’d love to know what organization you think Starli…
Tamiko Beyer
Over the course of that long winter, I learned that I could navigate the dark though my peripheral vision, my muscle memory, my ears.
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