Look. We’re nerdy af. We still love that September vibe and despite being out of school for a year or two (....hehe) we still want new pens, new outfits, and a brand new batch of motivation and manifestation with the new season. Also is anyone else just ready for cool fall weather and sweaters and scarves? Great, same.
Calling all feminist babes - come grab some swoony back to cool goods for your September fresh start. Manifest something for your future. Meet someone new. Take a chance on yourself. Leave the bullies at the door. Catch ya there!
Katytarika Bartel (they/she) is an artist, educator, and organizer based in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Katytarika is a queer, mixed race Thai-American photographer and award-winning filmmaker interested in shining light on spaces of in-between. Katytarika is fiercely passionate about making photography more accessible, letting young people do things, and the color yellow.
Zenaida Peterson (they/them), author of Breakfast for Dinner and Other Blasphemous Things published by Pizza Pi Press, is an organizer, a house plant gardener, and a Black non-binary poet from the south currently residing in Boston, Massachusetts. They are the founder of Feminine Empowerment Movement Slam (FEMS), an all ages radical poetry slam for feminine folks. They have competed in 5 and coached 2 national poetry slam competitions, placing in the top 10 each time. They are prepping for the apocalypse by learning to make plant medicine, engaging in restorative justice, and farming. Outside of community work they spend their time recruiting and doing equity work with Quaker Voluntary Service and are a race equity consultant.
Pop-Up Book Shop
Print Ain’t Dead is literary society and Boston’s first pop up bookstore run by queer Black femmes, for POC, reading POC. Founded by Cierra Michele Peters and Arielle Gray.
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