As Black History Month Comes to a Close, Be Sure to Follow These 11 Change-Makers, Trailblazers & Activists

As Black History Month Comes to a Close, Be Sure to Follow These 11 Change-Makers, Trailblazers & Activists

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As Black History Month comes to a close, we look to 11 African-American leaders of the LGBT community, including writers, speakers, musicians, thought-leaders and change-makers. These QPOC activists are the Marsha P. Johnsons and Bayard Rustins of today.

Each of them are rewriting our entire community’s future with activism, art and empowering stories of their queer and black identities. We’re following them and the important work they’re doing on a daily basis. Are you?

This Black History Month, make sure you’re following these 11 QPOC activists:

1. Rakeem Cunningham

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