From April 23 to July 12, 175 women and nonbinary leaders across Texas applied for three $500 to $1,000 micro-grants, each funded by businesses in our community who wanted to offer others the opportunity to come up.
Today, we are proud to share the badass recipients of those grants with you.Read More
If you’re online at all, you’ve probably come across the term once or twice (or perhaps it’s all over your feed). Whether the word is being used to justify a bikini pic or market a size-inclusive jeans line, our societal concepts of “body-positivity” have rapidly developed over time, especially in the past several years with the rise of online influencers and activists.
But with this over-saturation also comes exclusion and confusion. What does body-positivity mean and what does it look like in practice?Read More
Double Trouble is a DJ duo comprised of Lynn Metcalf and Erin Gentry in #BBATX’s 2019 Residency. In this interview, they talk about working as a duo, the art of improvisation in their performances, and what the future holds for them.Read More
Leika is a photographer in #BBATX’s 2019 Residency. In this interview, she talks about how to tell diverse stories through art, allowing flow to find her when she creates, and helping people find comfort in front of her camera.Read More
What’s an inclusion rider clause? Essentially, it’s a piece of language for artists and creatives to add to their contracts with producers, bookers and clients that holds them culturally accountable. Rucker argues that artists and creatives have the right to demand diverse and inclusive workspaces—just like anyone else.Read More
Meet Mélissa Peng, founder of The Curly Executive and the funder behind our craftHER Entrepreneur and Women of Color Entrepreneurs grant.Read More
For our second feature with Brown State of Mind, Vittoria Criss spoke with Minh Ha, Vietnamese-American community organizer and instructor of Brown State University’s class Counterculture America and the Vietnam War.Read More