“because they were coming home.”-Carolyn Grey
On Saturday January 30th Harriet Alston and Carolyn Grey brought decades of memories and a Linda Tillery album that Harriet had spent days digitizing through the rare (and unplowed) North Carolina Snow to have a conversation with eager listeners at the Eternal Summer of the Black Feminist Mind Potluck about their time in the Salsa Soul Sisters and the lessons they learned about building community. This audio documentary blends the conversation with music selected by Harriet to bring others into the conversation who could not attend the event, and to serve as a historical and movement resource for those of us committed to the political intervention of creating loving and affirming community. Brought to you by the MobileHomeComing Project-a partnership between BrokenBeautiful Press and Queer Renaissance to nurture and amplify the resilience and creativity of Black queer intergenerational community.
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