It has been an honor to host these events over the past two years. Our third event was no less a treasure than our past ones, taking us through tales of our aunties in struggle, to ruminations on queerness and grief, to calls for reflection on racial identity. Couldn't make it? No worries! We record our Home in the Bay events. Catch up and hear our talented speakers on our YouTube page. Watch the full third event below!
J Spagnolo “And I think what happened is I will never be able to forget there's a reason why people flock here from the midwest to the east coast and the south, and the desert sort of like LGBTQ refugees, and I think what happened is she didn't realize what it would mean to leave here for a larger stage. And I think what happened is, we lose too many people And I think what happened is the world we created is too hard And I think what happened is We put poison in our homes.”
Tongo Eisen-Martin "We saw the soft, the perfection of the cosmos, forestry of drug pair, familiar suburb spikes in the grass surrenders jungle like a sick bad sick bed."
devorah major "the meek will inherit the earth and I thought, no, I don't think that's the way it really goes."
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