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Study for Struggle: The Tragedy of Heterosexuality

When I was twenty, I spent the summer voraciously reading queer theory books recommended by knowledgeable friends. These books profoundly impacted me as a cisgender man who ambivalently identified as straight; they helped me reflect more deeply on my own sexuality and intimate relationships. Ever since, queer activism, sociality, and…

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Becoming Organizers

It was such an honor to speak alongside the always-insightful Sharmeen Khan in this inaugural episode of the Spadework podcast with hosts Antje Dieterich and Daniel Gutiérrez! Together, we went deep into challenges facing radical organizers, including how to sustain collective memory, work through conflict, foster accountability, and rebuild cultures…

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Remaking Radicalism

I’m so excited about the new Remaking Radicalism collection edited by Dan Berger and Emily Hobson and published by University of Georgia Press! This incredible resource gathers more than 100 essential documents from U.S.-based radical movements active between 1973-2001. And alongside these documents, a whole bunch of super-smart activists contributed…

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Bottom-Up Strategizing for Social Change

Canadian Dimension just posted this piece, my latest “writing with movements” column. I’m re-posting it here. Increasingly, activists and organizers are discussing the question, “What’s your theory of change?” For the most part, this is positive. As climate justice organizer and activist-scholar Jen Gobby explains, a theory of change lays…

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