I took the day off in the middle of the week to visit the ocean. I continue my lifelong work of understanding how to let go of the constriction of time while still showing up for the things I care about, that I feel committed to, that I am responsible for.
Black feminists on collective liberation The Combahee River Collective declared: "If Black women were free, it would mean that everyone else would have to be free, since our freedom would nece…
Tamiko Beyer
#DefendBlackLives Rage is righteous. Love is righteous. Survival is miraculous. And here we are. Black folks are leading in righteous rage and love, an…
Tamiko Beyer
It’s taken this season to teach me how to relinquish, if only for a few seconds, any illusion that I have control over things that I really cannot cont…
Tamiko Beyer
Breathe into interdependence: an Earth Day meditationListen now | A 5 minute guided meditation on our interdependence, to celebrate and commemorate Earth Day.
Tamiko Beyer
in a global pandemic | In 2002 I was 28 and living on San Francisco’s not-yet-gentrified Mission Street. My tiny third-floor studio apartment sported a…
Tamiko Beyer
Poems in the pandemicListen now | I am deliberate, / each finger / slicked / with soap, each nail / scrubbed, both / palms pressed / together—a prayer
Tamiko Beyer
Reflections on COVID-19 and community | I ate an enchilada and read an article (via Ann Friedman’s newsletter) about how this is the time not to turn i…
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