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My self-summary
Overcoming the awkwardness of condensing my entire personhood into a small white box. So just a few short words.

Radical:Black:Hard Femme:Pan:Dandy with a healthy disdain for linear time
What I’m doing with my life
The practiced version: I'm a Master's student of Design and Urban Ecologies at Parsons, strongly influenced by The Situationist International, Radical Black Feminist Traditions of Survival, Marxist Cartography and anything urban, transformational, and downwardly redistributive.

On the day to day: putting together scattered thoughts that need room to roam, searching for semblances of paths for a return to the deep wells of love of humanity (i.e. actively working against the orchestration of compacting systems of dehumanization and disvalue as manifested by discursive power that ultimately impedes us from seeing each other and ourselves as inherently valuable and worthy of care and love.
I’m really good at
organizing space: shopping at thrift stores: occasionally biting, but usually defanged snark: thinking through complexity: day dreaming: sneaking kisses: losing track of time
The first things people usually notice about me
locks (usually coiffed into a pomp): piercings (nose and monroe)
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Zami: A New Spelling of My Name- Audre Lorde
Cruising Utopia- Jose Munoz
God of Small Things- Arundhati Roy
Another Country_ James Baldwin
What Night Brings- Carla Trujillo
Extra statecraft- Keller Easterling
Words of Fire- Collected Anthology
Directed by Desire- June Jordan
Discipline and Punish- Michel Foucault
The Deadly Life of Logistics- Debra Cowen
Parable of the Sower- Octavia Butler
Experimental Geographies- Nato Thompson
The Watchmen- Alan Moore

Born in Flames
Battle of Algiers
Killer of Sheep
Set It Off
Thelma and Louise
Downtown 81
The Black Power Mixtapes
Black Is.. Black Aint
Do the Right Thing
My Neighbor Totoro
Paris is Burning

The Ronettes
Gill Scott Heron
The Roots
Digable Planets
Edgar Meyer
Angel Haze
The Pixies
The Younger Lovers
Erykah Badu
Fiona Apple
Mykki Blanco
Charles Bradley
Talking Heads
The Clash
Six things I could never do without
Not in any particular order

sewing machine: stirring conversation: prints (wearable and relief): my bike: June Jordan: physical touch
I spend a lot of time thinking about
maps: representation of data and people: gender: blackness: embodiment: social technology: what im wearing, and how I present: what the fruits of collective liberation look like individually, systemically, interpersonally, internally, infrastructure (in terms of space, social, empathic): Janelle Monae: afrofuturism: how to heal together and alone: emergence
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
In all my years on this Earth I have yet to understand the allure of chocolate.
You should message me if
You're interested in a gender fluid fem of center dandy with big thoughts and a constant yearning for elegant collisions and playful contradictions.

Wanna go for long wandering bike rides and talk Jane Jacobs, Rebecca Solnit, Sophia Wallace or William Pope L.

You think blind contour drawings are sexy.

Have a busy mind and like to keep late hours.
The two of us