Happy LGBTQ+ Pride Month!

Black, lesbian woman with short hair and glasses, speaking
Audre Lorde, self-described “Black, lesbian, mother, warrior, poet.” Author of several essays, poems, and books, including Sister Outsider, The Black Unicorn, and Your Silence will not Protect You.
Black, gay, drag queen smiling, wearing flowers in her hair
Marsha P. Johnson, 1945–1992
white, lesbian woman with a physical disability wearing glasses and smiling
Connie Panzarino, 1947–2001
Queer Korean American woman with a disability, wearing big circle earrings, smiling.
Mia Mingus, Disability Justice writer, education, and community organizer.
Queer non-binary Autistic femme of Burgher/Tamil Sri Lankan and Irish/Roma ascent, with curly dyed red hair, wearing glasses and smiling.
Leah Lakshmi Piepzna-Samarasinha, American poet, writer, educator and social activist

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