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As a Black kid growing up in a predominantly white family, in the very white town of San Luis Obispo, CA, I dreamed of safer spaces, both online and off, than my own home and town. As a bi+ advocate, I’m proud to have helped BiNet USA create a stronger national network of support for bi+ people across the US. Prior to that, I was honored to work with Sarah Ferguson, the Duchess of York, creating new digital spaces for women and moms around the world. Now, I’m taking much of what I’ve learned in my varied career to create a new safe space for Black people online.

I read Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy as a kid and showed my grandfather, a Black Teamster who drove for a grocery company, my guide to the galaxy. He smiled and asked me if he could show me his own. Grandpa Victor went and got out this small green book, called The Green Book, and told me about back in the day, be…

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