Bad Queers

Re-Queer the Nation w/Olaywa K. Austin of Oakland Black Pride) I Episode 114

June 13, 2022 Season 1 Episode 114
Bad Queers
Re-Queer the Nation w/Olaywa K. Austin of Oakland Black Pride) I Episode 114
Show Notes

This week we welcome Founder and Executive Director of Oakland Black Pride, Olaywa K. Austin (they/them) to discuss how Oakland Black Pride came to be, their queer history in Oakland and how we can celebrate Pride better.  

Shoutouts:
Shana:
The Trace App - The first ever transition tracking app that includes a curated community. This app provides support during transitions and a safe place to celebrate your transition and connect with your allies. Currently in Beta - follow @thetrace.app on IG  

Kris: 
Woxer for their boxers with pockets. It is next level. Follow @woxer on IG

Olaywa: James Cox(@federal_flashes), Director of Outreach and Avery Hines (@averyzeus), Program Director for Oakland Black Pride - Follow @oaklandblackpride


Bad Queers is co-hosted by:

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Kris Chesson: @kris.chess

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