News is a nonprofit independent media publication. Your tax-deductible contribution helps support our research, reporting, and analysis. As I prepare to celebrate Pride and the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall rebellion with my beloved friends in New York City, I reflect on the words of Barbara Smith, a founding member of the Black lesbian feminist Combahee River Collective. Her words remind me of the ways in which communities that navigate oppression maintain resilience in the face of state and vigilante violence. All of this weighs heavy in my body.
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Following UK Black Pride in London, Vogue hears from a spectrum of black and queer women who open up about what Pride means to them, discrimination, the importance of community, coming out to their parents, and the freedom that comes with being out and proud. I identify as a black lesbian. I had to come out to my friends. Afterwards, I felt more free to be myself.