Sustainability as survival: Queer Nightlife in the time of COVID-19, Part 3 🌕

Merrie Cherry (via the artist)

In the final chapter of the three part series community activists, Mimi Tempestt & Will J focus on Sustainability as survival: Queer Nightlife in the time of COVID-19.

“In this series, we have explored the varying methods and levels of sustainability that queer people around the world must enact to exist. From the activism of Miss Barbie-Q in Los Angeles, to the outspokenness of Negra Conda in Mexico, the intellectual discernment and performance art of Merrie Cherry in New York, and the determined spirit of countless others worldwide, how we grapple with this time of COVID-19 (and in the face of other racial, gender, and economic hardships) will impact how we will exist in the future.”

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