“The Combahee River Collective was a Black feminist group in Boston whose name came from the guerrilla action conceptualized and led by Harriet Tubman on June 2, 1863, in the Port Royal region of South Carolina. This action freed more than 750 slaves and is the only military campaign in American history planned and led by a woman.”
-Combahee River Collective Statement 177
Registration is closed and 21 black feminist pilgrims are packing their bags to converge at the river as we speak!!! But we know there are so many of you who wanted to come in person and who wherever you are in the world will be joining us for this liberation moment in spirit!
So TODAY only!!! Anyone who makes a donation of any size to the Mobile Homecoming Project and includes the word "podcast" in the notes will receive a downloadable copy of the special hour long Combahee meditation mixtape, travel music compilation that Lex made for the participants!!! And spread the word to your friends so we can all meet at the water!