Media, publications, and creative projects that center the stories of people of color, women, LGBT, and other marginalized peoples are essential to support and create space for. In light of the new Administration, we added sites that track Trump's statements, policies, et cetera to this page. Email email@example.com if you have other suggestions!
news & magazines
New site dedicated to social, cultural, and political events related to Iranian, Afghan, Central Asian, and diasporic communities.
An intersectional feminist magazine and media website.
An online and print queer arts and culture magazine
Racial justice-oriented news website.
A Yale based magazine for students of color. "Defining. Our. World. Now."
A website and magazine focused on empowerment, social justice, and personal transformation.
An open-source journal focused on social and cultural critiques of heterosexism, racism, and imperialism.
A Canadian feminist magazine.
News from Indian Country and Native American communities in the U.S. and Canada.
A magazine dedicated to dialogue and community for Dominican of the diaspora.
A magazine/online community for Puerto Ricans living in the US ("Boricua Diaspora").
A website with news, music, podcasts, humor, and more.
An online magazine for women and non-binary people with disabilities.
A news website that provides critical analysis of events in the Middle East and North Africa, to counter mainstream misrepresentations of the region.
An online magazine for black gay men.
A blog dedicated to the intersection of pop culture and race.
An "uncensored" online magazine to highlight the voices of indigenous youth and indigenous issues in Canada.
An art and advocacy collective of Harvard students of color that produces a zine and website to “dismantle...the regimes of colonization and oppression still present at this university.”
A print magazine for black gay men.
A digital platform (digital magazine, podcast, videos) for news related to race, politics, and culture.
An online magazine "for people too hip for black magazines."
A solutions-focused social justice magazine focusing on the environment, racism, poverty, and more.
Personal blog of a “regular Asian American guy in the United States,” primarily about racism.
Website/non-profit created by Mia McKenzie to amplify the voices of queer and trans people of color.
News and culture website dedicated to black womanhood.
Blog of Janet Mock, activist, author, and tv host.
A blog/facebook about black womanhood, culture, and politics
The Blog of Mia Mingus, disability justice and transformative justice activist and educator.
A creative collective made up of women, trans, and genderqueer folks of Asian and Pacific Islander decent; check out their zines!
Blog by Adrienne Keene about (mis)representations of Native Americans in media and pop culture.
An online literary publication written by young Native Americans.
Poetry, essays, and videos by spoken word artist and activist Alok Vaid-Menon
A platform that highlights the creativity, artistic expression, and pop culture of brown girls.
Creative projects & Zines
An online database for zines made by people of color (available for purchase).
An online platform by and for girls of color to showcase their creative works.
They publish personal stories, poetry, comics, and more written by females and non-binary folks.
A website created by young Latinx centering on comedy and culture..
Online platform for female Latina and Caribbean photographers and female photographers who have worked in Latin America/the Caribbean.
An online platform that showcases the self expression and stories of Latinxs, Chicanxs, and Latin Americas.
A multi-ethnic, all female dance group that work to empower themselves and their community.
A media platform for women and genderqueer folks of color who are storytellers, photographers, and more.
An online literary publication for young indigenous American writers.
Online support community for “critically conscious,” creative folks of color with any level of multimedia experience.
An online journal centering the voices of contemporary queer poets of color in America.
Artist Jamal Lewis is a multidisciplinary performance artist and organizer. Jamal's work explores race, gender, class, ugliness, and desire(ability).
A platform showcasing television, music videos, poetry, dance, drag, and more from artists not typically represented on commercial or mainstream TV.
A photography zine for/by women of color.
An online database of zines made by people of color.
An online database of over 300 social justice poems run by Split This Rock.
A St. Antonia, Texas based zine for Xicanas/Chicanas.
A photo series celebrating people of all genders.