Georgia In My Line

Georgia In My Line

What A Day - June 10, 2020 - 20:05

Georgia held its primary yesterday, and in a state where officials have been accused of voter suppression, the elections were rife with issues. Polling stations saw hours-long lines that invariably led some voters to give up. Raquel Willis, writer and trans activist, fills in for Akilah Hughes. We discuss how we can better support black queer and trans leadership in this moment.And in headlines: Brazil’s Supreme Court orders Bolsonaro to stop hoarding COVID data, an art dealer’s buried treasure, and the legal battle for a radio in the Titanic.Find more of Raquel's work: raquelwillis.comSupport these Black-led LGBTQ+ organizations: actblue.com/donate/black_led_lgbtq

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