A Love Letter to Black Feminist Movements

“The Black Feminist Fund is the legacy that we have inherited; as much as it is the culmination of a collective dream; as much as it is the promise of a better future. And now, it is here. What a precious gift it is–what a magical miracle–to live in a time where Black feminist dreams are more easily made flesh. More easily made real, ready and able to hold us until we all know in the deepest depths of our spirits that we are the priority, and we can be free.” – OluTimehin Kukoyi

In our Fall Newsletter we shared Olutimehin Kukoyi’s “Love Letter to Black Feminist Movements”  – and to bring 2021 to a close, we were thrilled to be able to bring it to life, in this beautiful offering created by Survival Media Agency. OluTimehin Kukoyi is a remarkable Nigerian author, speaker and public intellectual whose work addresses rights and freedom in relation to gender, sexuality, impoverishment and feminism. 

You can read the Love Letter here.


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