Tagged: Queerocracy

Interview: Cassidy Gardner of Queerocracy (with Michael Tikili)

© Sahil Kapur
© Sahil Kapur

Cassidy Gardner is the founding member of QUEEROCRACY, a New York City-based grassroots organization that promotes social and economic justice through direct action, community engagement and education. They commit to challenging institutional injustice locally and globally within a queer framework, building a sustainable movement to confront and transform the intersecting issues our communities face. We sat down to talk with Cassidy about HIV Criminalization. Her roomie and fellow QROC member, Michael Tikili, put in a surprise appearance as well!

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Interview: Camilo Godoy from Immigrant Movement International




Artist and Activist Camilo Godoy is a New School BAFA student, a member of Queerocracy and a recent recipient of Queer Art Mentorship. We sat down to talk with him about him project on immigrant detention centers. We thought it best that with his extensive knowledge of the subject, and the connections he makes, it would be best to split the interview into two parts. Continue reading