Author: Little Light

dangerous thinking

Okay, so I already got cracking with the sermonizing.  I had a lot of criticism in that post, and expressed a lot of doubt about our movements as they currently stand.  So what do I expect?  What am I asking…

lovers in a dangerous time

I know introductions seem to be the thing, but I’m going to jump in with both feet first and we’ll go from there.  I’m Little Light, I blog here, and I’ve been a Feministe guest blogger before.  Most of you…

breaking news

Karl Rove is resigning. We’ll see what that means, in the more complicated long run, later, I expect.  Still.  I can’t help but feel a shadow passing.

she also does reviews

Last week I had the opportunity to look at incredible installation of Black Panther Party art at Cornelia Bell’s Black Bottom Gallery in Oakland, CA.  The range of work in the exhibition is impressive:  Marcel Diallo’s use of decades-old political…

the quaint and the queer

Right. Here’s a left turn; some of it’s remixed, and some of it’s not. I’m queer as hell. I think we’ve established this. The other thing I am, though–and it’s a big part of my identity, much as I’ve kicked…

say grace

Let’s take a break for a second. No better place than the kitchen table, right? Take a break from the mess and exhaustion and day-to-day, and where do a lot of us end up? Right there, at the kitchen table,…

laying on hands

I’m a street medic. That bears some explaining, for a lot of people, even in activist circles. The street medic or action medic movement dates back to the civil rights and anti-war movements of the 1960s, giving support to political-action…