tells us that EFA “stands against oppression, racism, and the exploitation of humans, non-humans, and the land.” Art itself goes unmentioned but “art practices” that agitate for “accountability, reform, equity, justice, and abolition” are grant-worthy. EFA commits to training young adult social justice warriors to organize against “mass incarceration and the police state.” Naturally, EFA means in the U.S., not countries like Myanmar, Cuba, or China.
My lady friends — and I have a few — regard me as male. I go along with them. But bear in mind my friend Katherine and I had power for a gay couple. So we’re obviously not homophobic. Just ordinary people.