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Sheila Alexander Reid Shares Herstory of “Women in the Life” and Talks about Black Lesbian Herstory Preservation

In August 2019, we interviewed Sheila Alexander-Reid at her home in Washington, D.C. Reid is the Director, Mayor’s Office of LGBTQ Affairs, and Founding Member, Women in the Life Association. She talks about the origins of Women in the Life, her work in the Mayor’s Office, and the preservation of black lesbian herstory.

 

Sheila Alexander-Reid has been a vital part of the LGBT community for well over 20 years. She started as a party promoter back in the late 80’s/early 90’s with two other friends and called themselves VTR. In 1993, Sheila ventured out on her own and starting throwing Black lesbian parties under the Women in the Life brand. Filling up local party venues such as Tracks and Hung Jury to capacity, the popularity of her parties quickly gained momentum in the community. A stickler for quality and details, Sheila developed a strong following that’s still present to this day.

 

Moved by the death of her close friend and LGBT activist, Wanda Alston in 2002, she started a nonprofit organization, the Women in the Life Association.  Sheila now wanted to use the same resources and drive she used to pack parties to address social justice issues for Lesbians in DC. She did this with cultural programs such as the popular Open Mic series, empowering movies screenings, and the Wanda’s Will Project, which helped raise awareness about the importance of having a written will, specifically, if you’re in a long-term relationship.

 

Sheila started as an advocate for the DC lesbian of color community, but grew to be a voice for the entire LGBTQ community while serving on the board of organizations such as SMYAL, and the Gertrude Stein Democratic Club, a political LGBT organization instrumental in securing Gay Marriage for the District. Sheila’s charisma and outspoken nature enables her to “reach across the aisle” so to speak when it comes to race related issues in what many consider a racially segregated LGBT community here in DC.

 

Sheila has always worked hard to bring both visibility and awareness to the issues facing the LGBTQ community including transphobia, the stigma of HIV/AIDS, the isolation of older LGBTQ adults, and the impact of youth homelessness.  From her printed magazine in the 1990’s, to her position as producer/ host of WPFW’s Inside Out, the only LGBTQ FM radio show in DC, to her current position as Director of the Mayor’s Office on LGBTQ Affairs, she’s become a prominent and vocal change agent for our community.

 

In a 2008 Washington Post article, Sheila was asked what she’d want written on her grave stone. Her response was simply, “She tried to make a difference. “

 

Years later, it is clear that she has indeed made a permanent and positive difference in improving the lives of the often marginalized LGBT community here in the District.

 

 

Women in the Life Association website

http://womeninthelife.org/

 

Facebook Page

https://www.facebook.com/womeninthelife/

 

Black Lesbian Resistance and Resilience

by Sheila Alexander-Reid, was originally published in the online publication, The Feminist Wire, on February 18, 2019.

https://thefeministwire.com/2019/02/black-lesbian-resistance-and-resilience/

 

D.C. Public Library to digitize Women in the Life Magazine

Washington Blade

https://www.washingtonblade.com/2019/05/09/d-c-public-library-to-digitize-women-in-the-life-magazine/

 

WAMU 88.9FM – Aging LGBTQ Adults Await Planned Housing Development in DC

https://wamu.org/story/17/06/27/aging-lgbtq-adults-anxiously-await-planned-housing-development-d-c/

 

Tagg Magazine – Annual Enterprising Women of the Year Issue

https://taggmagazine.com/2017-enterprising-women/


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Deepali Gokhale and Tishana Trainor Reflect on Creating a Loving Space as Lesbians from Different Ethnic and Social Backgrounds

This is the third in a four episode series on lesbian couples. Today, we talk about the process of creating physical emotional, and familial space in our lives. Creating space in a lesbian relationship can be especially challenging when a couple has different ethnic backgrounds as do our guests today.

 

Deepali Gokhale is a queer South Asian daughter, sister, friend, co-pilot, parent, mechanical engineer, custom software developer, solar real estate investor, and former community organizer for a plethora of social justice causes. Her life’s mission is to live each day with joyful self-care, as an authentic loving presence, an adventurous amateur, and an accountable leader in order to responsibly participate in creative resolutions with competent confidence.

 

Tishana Trainor is a queer Black mama that loves anything analog, including self-care, crochet, and journaling. She firmly believes in including rest in planning hard work, and refuses to pour from an empty cup. She works as a software engineer in the DC Metro Area.

 

Deepali and Tishana co-pilot their life together in Alexandria, VA.


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Kamilah Aisha Moon Talks about the Human Business of Poetry

The author of Starshine & Clay (2017), featured on NPR’s “All Things Considered” as a collection that captures America in poetry, and She Has a Name (2013), a finalist for both the Audre Lorde and Lambda Literary Awards, Kamilah Aisha Moon’s work has been published widely, including in Best American Poetry, Harvard Review, Poem-A-Day, PBS Newshour, Buzzfeed and elsewhere. A 2015 New American Poet who has received fellowships to Vermont Studio Center, Hedgebrook and Cave Canem, she has featured nationally at conferences, festivals and universities including the Library of Congress and Princeton University. She holds an M.F.A. from Sarah Lawrence College and is an Assistant Professor of Creative Writing at Agnes Scott College.


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Black Lesbian Comic Karen Williams Gets Serious About the Business of Being Funny

KAREN WILLIAMS, COMIC, EMCEE, HOST, DIVERSITY TRAINER, MOTIVATIONAL SPEAKER AND HUMOR EDUCATOR

 
Brief Bio
 
Karen Williams has the unique distinction of being the nation’s first openly lesbian black comic to include specifically lesbian material in her act. Her solo comedy special “I Need a Snack” filmed live in Hollywood ~ and produced by Andrea Meyerson of AllOut Films ~ is a LOGO TV favorite and available on DVD.
 
Karen Williams is a featured comic performer with Olivia Travel cruises and resorts for lesbians since 1990, logging over 200 cruises and resorts. 
 
Karen’s been a ghostwriter at Columbia Pictures, and her humor writings appear in numerous anthologies, including Joke Stew (Andrews McMeel Publishing), Revolutionary Laughter (Crossing Press), Out in All Directions (Warner Brothers), and Out, Loud & Laughing (Random House).

 
For comedy bookings, 
humor workshops, diversity trainings, celebrity wedding officiant requests, college, university and Artist-in-Residence inquiries:
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Annise Mabry and Benae“Benny” Ingram Offer Real Talk about Parenting, Passion, and Physical Health, Part 2

Dr. Annise Mabry has been a homeschooling mom for over eight years. She founded an alternative diploma program, Tiers Free Academy, and she empowers parents to understand their legal rights within the homeschool laws of their states. She is the President of The Dr. Annise Mabry Foundation and continues to serve on the leadership board of the Newton County Homeschool Cooperative. Dr. Mabry was the youngest serving and first African-American female Dean of Graduate Studies for DeVry University. She has been focused on assisting parents in navigating the final years of high school and transitioning teens out of the public school system into homeschool.

Benae”Benny” Ingram is a clinical instructor of radiology at Emory Decatur Hospital. After more than 30 years in the radiology field, she continues to be very passionate about her work. She brings compassionate patient care skills to any clinical setting and has worked in various healthcare organizations in Texas, Massachusetts, and Georgia.


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Annise Mabry and Benae“Benny” Ingram Offer Real Talk about Parenting, Passion, and Physical Health, Part 1

Dr. Annise Mabry has been a homeschooling mom for over eight years. She founded an alternative diploma program, Tiers Free Academy, and she empowers parents to understand their legal rights within the homeschool laws of their states. She is the President of The Dr. Annise Mabry Foundation and continues to serve on the leadership board of the Newton County Homeschool Cooperative. Dr. Mabry was the youngest serving and first African-American female Dean of Graduate Studies for DeVry University. She has been focused on assisting parents in navigating the final years of high school and transitioning teens out of the public school system into homeschool.

Benae”Benny” Ingram is a clinical instructor of radiology at Emory Decatur Hospital. After more than 30 years in the radiology field, she continues to be very passionate about her work. She brings compassionate patient care skills to any clinical setting and has worked in various healthcare organizations in Texas, Massachusetts, and Georgia.


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Martina Downey and Tawanna Sullivan Talk about Artistic Ventures & Creating KUMA, the First Black Lesbian Erotica Website During a Traffic Jam.

Martina Downey is an executive with more than 35 years of experience in the college publishing industry. She is a singer/songwriter/recording artist who enjoys singing, writing, speaking, theater, opera, and fine dining. She has served her community through active leadership. Martina is a healer at Harriet’s Apothecary and has been a member of Kitchen Table Giving Circle, African Asian Latina Lesbians United, Unity Fellowship Church, and Lavender Light Gospel Choir.

Tawanna Sullivan is a publishing professional with over twenty years’ experience licensing international and domestic rights. She was raised in Baltimore with a solid foundation in the Baptist church and 80s horror movies. Her collection of previously published short stories, The Next Girl & Other Lesbian Tales, features work across various genres. She is one of the founders of Kuma2.net, a website that encouraged black lesbians to write erotica. Currently, Tawanna is working on her first mystery novel and finding new ways to make her wife laugh.

KUMA is no longer actively maintained, but you can still read content at http://www.kuma2.net.

Martina’s music can be purchased on iTunes or visit her website for more information at http://www.martinadowney.com.

Closing song, “Catch the News” courtesy of Martina Downey
Episode cover art by Odera Igbokwe


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Tracey (Trey) Williams Sullivan shines a light on vision loss and intersectionality

The ZAMI NOBLA Podcast explores vision loss and intersectionality with Tracey Williams Sullivan, J.D.

 Tracey, better known as Trey is a retired law professional with a specialty in the area of commercial insurance technology risks. She was raised and educated in a Chicago suburb, but she practiced most of her career and advocacy involvement while living throughout the United States. She has settled into the Atlanta area where she spends her time traveling, learning new skills and hobbies as an aging, visually impaired person, and advocating for equality at every opportunity. Trey also enjoys mentoring fellow blind/visually impaired people in guide dog handling as well as state and federal rights under the Americans with Disabilities Act.


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