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LaSha
Editor, Founder, All Around Dope Ass Sis

LaSha is a writer who’s obsessed with Black people. Find her work here of course, but also on Ebony,  The Guardian, Essence, Salon, Everyday Feminism, Teen Vogue, HuffPo and For Harriett. She loves trap music & 90s R&B, watches Jeopardy faithfully and believes fried chicken is her soulmate. The clapback queen is loud and clear about loving her kids above all else and kinda digs her Yankee husband too. Anti-Blackness gives her hives. Get at her @lashawrites on Twitter.

Jo’el
Queer Columnist

Jo’el Santiago is a Brooklyn-bred writer, Popeyes enthusiast and aspiring international Supermodel. He’s committed himself to a life of activism & strengthening his people through laughter & education. Consider him your favorite cousin at the cookout…who only stays an hour. Connect with him on Instagram & Twitter: @exhalejoel

Denarii
Columnist (Focusing on the issues of Black disabled people)

New York–based social justice warrior Denarii (rhymes with ‘canary’) Grace is a bisexual, non-binary/agender, proudly fat, multiply disabled, poor, femme woman. She’s a blues singer-songwriter, poet, freelance writer/editor, screenwriter, public speaker/educator/activist, and a non-fiction editor at The Deaf Poets Society, an online journal featuring literature and art by D/deaf and disabled people. Denarii’s activism mostly focuses on bi+ (plus) identity and issues, disability, Blackness, and fat acceptance; they also talk a lot about gender, class, colorism and other issues. Her activism today is primarily through their writing, music, and poetry, but she also has abundant experience moderating and participating in panels and webinars and facilitating workshops. As a freelance writer, they have written for Bitch Magazine, Black Youth Project (BYP100), Brooklyn Magazine, Everyday Feminism, Black Girl Dangerous, and The Establishment, among several others. She coined the term “exogender” to describe their (a)gender experience. It’s a term for Black people only. They also founded Fat Acceptance Month in January 2019. You can find her on Facebook,Instagram, and Twitter.

Amber G
Dating Columnist

Amber be dating and fucking. “Ducking” as it is affectionately known by iPhone users. She done been there and done that with your favorite ‘good guy’, ‘fuck boy’, ‘blerd’ and every other penis toting nigga in between. Read what she has to say about black love, relationships, dating & fucking as a young black snack attack!

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