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With over 275 published pieces in 65 different outlets, Echoing Ida’s shifting the conversation.

 

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We publish print and online articles. We conduct workshops and develop communication strategies for social justice organizations. We ensure our media and movements include the voices of Black women and nonbinary folks. By developing writers and removing publishing barriers, Echoing Ida amplifies the critical expertise of Black women and nonbinary folks. Together, we ensure our families and communities thrive.

Views expressed by Echoing Ida writers are their own and do not necessarily reflect those of Forward Together.

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October 11, 2016,
Quita Tinsley


Though I may have critiques of the coming out model, I do think it’s important to disrupt this narrative that Black people are more homophobic, which is prevalent in media, politics, and public discourse.

October 10, 2016,
Jordan Scruggs


I grew up with the privilege of never seeing the police as a threatening institution. But within the last five years that security has all but vanished.

September 30, 2016,
Quita Tinsley


If quality-of-life offenses were no longer criminalized, there would be a drastic decrease in the number of people in jail, which could ultimately shut down the jail itself.

September 23, 2016,
Samantha Daley


When the decision to have children occurs in a Black family, thoughts of loss and death at the hands of the state often pervade their reality.