The Lit Review: No Justice, No Pride

The Praxis Center is proud to feature The Lit Review’s weekly interviews conducted by hosts Monica Trinidad and Page May. Every week, the hosts of The Lit Review chat with people they love and respect about relevant books on Black struggle, movement history, gender, cultural organizing, speculative fiction, political theory and more. Sparked by the urgency of November 2016, they recognized that political study is not accessible to many for a variety of reasons, and their hope is that his will make critical knowledge more accessible to the masses.

Monica Trinidad and Page May – Photo credit: Sarah Ji

Post-Pride, tune in to the wisdom of Chicago’s Page May of Assata’s Daughters and Phoenix’s Franicso Luna of Trans Queer Pueblo. In this special podcast episode, “No Justice, No Pride,” The Lit Review talks to two queer organizers who co-organized disruptions of their local pride marches.

Click image to listen to “No Justice, No Pride” podcast. Image credit: The Lit Review

Also, listen to this episode on Transgender History with Benji Hart, a Black, mixed-class, queer femme currently living in Chicago. They are a member of the Chicago BTGNC Collective and the author of Radical Faggot. The Lit Review talked with Benji about the book Transgender History by Susan Stryker.

Click image to listen to “Transgender History” podcast. Benji Hart – Photo credit: The Lit Review

In Episode 0, the hosts talk about why they started The Lit Review. Listen in.

You can subscribe to The Lit Review’s weekly podcasts here.


The Arcus Center for Social Justice Leadership is proud to be the first sponsor of The Lit Review podcast. We applaud their work to make political education free and accessible for all. 

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