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  • Two statue-toppling arrestees discuss the role of their identities as queer women of color

    Takyiah Thompson and Loan Tran, two leaders in the anti-racist movement in Durham, open up about the rising prominence of activists who identify as queer women of color. Four of the 12 arrestees in the statue-toppling case identify as such.

Two statue-toppling arrestees discuss the role of their identities as queer women of color

Takyiah Thompson and Loan Tran, two leaders in the anti-racist movement in Durham, open up about the rising prominence of activists who identify as queer women of color. Four of the 12 arrestees in the statue-toppling case identify as such.
Casey Toth ctoth@heraldsun.com