To You Written by Mekael Daniel FGS’20

What happens when you build a relation-ship that is destined to sink before it floats?What happens when you surround yourself with mental moats?This story is a story of a small boathousing two peoplethat have nofuturehopes.To You, is a mini poetic play. More importantly, it is a black queer love story.Written and Directed by Mekael DanielStarring […]

Relating Across Borders, A Teach-In

The Feminist and Gender Studies Program presents “Relating Across Borders, A Teach-In about Representation” with Mekael Daniel, Judy Fisher, and Samuel Vang on Thursday November 7, 2019 from 4-5:30 at Sacred Grounds.   Representations of Afro-Asian Solidarities  Within white supremacist ideology, groups of color are pitted against one another to discourage cross-community relationship building. One of the ways this presents […]

Some Final Thoughts on the 2019 #FemGeniusesinBerlin

Top (L to R): Matthew FitzGibbon, Bella Staal, Kelsey Mattox, Cam Kaplan, Samuel Vang, Maggie O’Brien, Avia Hailey, Nizhooni Hurd, Alexander Jobin-Leeds, and Lauren Hough; Middle (L to R): Miles Marshall, Professor Heidi R. Lewis, Cameron Bacher, Nicole Berlanga, and Eileen Huang; and Bottom (L to R): Caroline Livaditis, Maysie Poland, Mekael Daniel, Dana Maria […]

Queer Space Invaders Manifesto

By Emily Burnham, Mekael Daniel, Miles Marshall, and Halle Schall For one of the class assignments in Introduction to Queer Studies (FG114 Spring 2019) with Professor Rushaan Kumar, student groups produced Intersectional Queer Manifestos in the tradition of The Femme Shark Manifesto, the Transfeminist Menifesto, and so on. Please note that the student-created projects on this […]