Author: Virginia Alvino Young

Why Pittsburgh had two women’s marches: ‘Our Feminism Must Be Intersectional’

On top of a crate nestled in a small children’s wagon, they built their altar. In Pittsburgh’s East Liberty neighborhood, black femmes honored their ancestors by laying down jewelry, photos and books — spraying them with water, rum, honey, and tobacco. Nearly a thousand people stood behind them. Although this […]

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