Programming: The Art of Embracing the Broken 

By: Sophia Loukaides In Japanese culture, there’s a philosophy called kintsukuroi or kintsugi. Although related to the art of repairing broken pottery with gold, kintsukuroi is a concept that not only embraces, but highlights the beauty in the broken.  It’s similar to the Japanese esthetic wabi sabi–embracing the flaws or imperfections, but different in the sense that … Continue reading Programming: The Art of Embracing the Broken 

Spirit Bio: Zitkala-Ša

Spirit Bios are stories about pioneering womyn, gender queer, and multi spirited humans that deserve a greater place in our modern history. This month, we commemorate Zitkala-Ša for her contribution to American art, history, and for her pioneering advocacy on behalf of opressed decendants of indigenous Americans. #spiritbio #zitkalasa #thehorseandcrow #femmefuturism #gertrudebonninsimmons #braveface #empoweringindigenouswomen #ancientamerica #womyn Continue reading Spirit Bio: Zitkala-Ša

Mamoon Remedies: Juniper Moon Healing Lotion Bars

Mamoon Remedies are healing luxuries made with love from local plants in Southern California. They are a product of intense research into the plant and the ancient use of it and selected each month based on the collective cosmic need of our community. #mamoon #healing #femmefuturism #thehorseandcrow #ethnobotony #naturalhealing #womyn #community #madewithlove #mamoonremedies Continue reading Mamoon Remedies: Juniper Moon Healing Lotion Bars

Spirit Bio: Colonel Carmen Amelio Robles

Spirit Bios are stories about pioneering womyn, gender queer, and multi spirited humans that deserve a greater place in our modern history.  #spiritbio #ameliorobles @thehorseandcrow #thehorseandcrow #femmefuturism #storytelling @sloukaides Colonel Carmen Amelio Robles, an Afro Mexican man, was a leader and notorious commander in the Mexican Revolution. He was born on November 3, 1889 as Amelia Robles Ávila in Xochipala, Mexico. … Continue reading Spirit Bio: Colonel Carmen Amelio Robles