Ep. 73: What Can People Do When You Tell the Truth, But Listen?
On this episode of #QueerWOC, Money and Nikeeta amplify and celebrate QueerPOC of the Week, Indya Moore , the Pose phenom and all around baddie, Money gives us insights on how to assess if a friendship needs to end, and if so how to break it off, we recap the SWELL time we had at the first ever QueerWOC Upstate Escape, Nikeeta dives into the 20th Anniversary of March of Washington in 1983 and the ensuing controversies, and we close it out with some curved chronicles!
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QueerPOC of the Week: 00:06:12
Bronx native and all around baddie Indya Moore
Indya is QueerPOC of the week for so many reasons, but they recently tributed the 17 trans women of color murdered this year in their NYFW look - 16 on their earrings and one on their purse.
Read more about her tribute here: https://www.wmagazine.com/story/indya-moore-honors-trans-women-murdered-earrings
Community Contributors: 00:13:59
New Patron: Thanks Hannah, AJ, and Noelle. And Hector edited their pledge!
Queen and Alex came through on the CashApp!
Smalltown Shout outs: East Lansing, MI, Valdosta, GA; and Everett, WA are all in our top 10 cities!!
Upstate Escape could not have happened without:
BlackCuse Pride, Bonnie Schulz, Cafe Sankofa, Sal Curran & Fabiola Ortiz-Valdez, Connect Family Therapy Services, Community Folk Art Center, Friends of Dorothy House, LGBT Resource Center at Syracuse University, Syracuse Cultural Workers, Syracuse Peace Council, Volunteer Lawyers Project, Jim Williams, CNY Solidarity Coalition
New reviews from BlackFemmeBaddie, Bongimfundo, and The Slow Millennial
Mental Moment with Money 00:28:14
3 things that eat away at friendships
How to “break up” with a friend
-Clarify boundaries - be clear ab what you needed and didn't get, and what felt like violations
-Define the relationship
-See where each person stands
-Talk about a future
March on Washington for Jobs, Peace, & Freedom in 1983
-10 Demands from the original March on Washington for Jobs & Freedom 1963
Upstate Escape Recap. Just want to reiterated how much we appreciate you all for joining and communing with us and of course to all of our homies that helped out!
Curved Chronicle: 01:39:31
A hottie compliments Money at the Cardi B concert which leads us to ruminate on how to distinguish platonic compliments from flirtation.