decolonial feminism

Hey folks! Today, we would like to feature Tria Wakpa Blu (formerly Tria Andrews) and her talents as a wonderful contributor towards the revitalization of Third Woman Press. Read on to learn more about this awesome and inspiring woman and her approach to sustaining an interactive, decolonial, all-inclusive feminism!   […]

Feminist Fistbumps: Tria Wakpa Blu & the Power of Using ...

Welcome back! This week, we would like to invite you behind the scenes once again to meet our newest and (possibly) most fabulous intern—Richie! He has bloomed with us into the new year and has been working passionately and diligently to get the Press “springing” forward! Check him out below! […]

Meet the Third Woman Press Interns: A Legacy Continues!

Hey folks! This week, we head northeast to Rhode Island, where feminist artist/scholar Suzy Gonzalez is currently working on her Master’s degree! She donated art to us for last year’s online art auction. Check out this awesome Chicana below!           Third Woman Press Collective (TWPC): Hey […]

Feminist Fistbumps: Suzy Gonzalez, a Texan Artist and Scholar With ...

Welcome back! This week, we head west to New Mexico, where feminist/ runner/ educator/ scholar/ overall bad ass Myrriah Gómez is! No stranger to the natural fluidity of life and change, Myrriah recognizes the importance of finding yourself and fostering everlasting self-love. She helped organize a fundraiser in AlbuRquerque last […]

Feminist Fistbumps: Myrriah Gómez, A Marathon Runner Who Promotes Wellness ...

Happy Monday! This week we move the arts conversation from the East coast (remember Maribel and Cristy, who are living in Brooklyn?) back to the West coast! Here is our latest interview with California-based artist Melanie Cervantes, who donated a fierce piece to the online art auction that was curated […]

Feminist Fistbumps: Artist Melanie Cervantes Discusses Art as Decolonial Activism