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For all those people out there that think that they are not a person of color, I thought I would let you know that you are. You are a person of color, you are a person who has lived in this country and traveled to Europe, you are a person who appreciates, loves, and cares about the country you live and travel in.
Amber Rodriguez is the creator of the internet slang term “amber,” and has spent the last few years helping to organize events for the Black Lives Matter movement. She is also a journalist who has written for many publications, including the Huffington Post, the LA Times, and the Washington Post. You can follow her on Twitter (@amberrodriguez), Tumblr, and Instagram (@amberrodriguez) and get an intro to her writing in the video below.
Amber Rodriguez is a writer, activist, and activist. She’s a Black Lives Matter organizer, and a former journalist. She has edited a number of anthologies, and is the editor of the anthologies “The Language of the Black Experience” and “The Language of Blackness,” and the co-editor of “The Language of Black Sexuality.” She currently lives in Los Angeles, California.
Amber is the author of the #1 best-selling book, The Language of the Black Experience. She is the editor of the anthologies The Language of the Black Experience, The Language of Blackness, and The Language of Black Sexuality. She is also the co-editor of The Language of Black Sexuality. Amber has been working with the Black Sexuality Network since the beginning of 2012.
Amber is the co-author of the newest anthology, The Language of the Black Experience: A Reference Guide to Language and Sexuality. The anthology is a collection of essays and essays on the topic of sexual and language diversity in Black America. It was published by The Black Sexuality Network.
Amber’s essays have been featured in many publications, including the Black Sexuality Network’s own publication, Black Woman’s Voice, for which she is the editor. She has also been published by the New York Times, Washington Post, and New Orleans Times-Picayune.
Amber Rodriguez is a writer and editor who has been published by The Black Sexuality Network, the Huffington Post, The Washington Post, and The New Orleans Times-Picayune, as well as numerous other publications. She is the founder and current director of the Institute for Contemporary Black Culture.
Amber Rodriguez is a self-taught African-American author and curator, whose work focuses on the intersection of race and art. She is the author of seven books and the co-author of “Black Sexuality Network Blog: The Blog of Black Womens Voice.” She is also the founding editor of Black Sexuality Network, an online publication that examines the intersections of race, sexuality, and identity.
As Amber told the conference, “I grew up in New Orleans with a mother who was very supportive of Black culture and Black art. I was a very early member of the Black Panther Party. I went to school at an all-white school and still remember the teachers saying, ‘You’re not allowed to talk about Black culture.’ And I remember being in the Black Power movement at the very beginning. My generation got to see Black culture and Black art at its most creative point.
Amber started out as an activist, and has worked at several arts centers and organizations. She’s a great promoter of community arts in New Orleans. I’m a musician and a teacher. I love to teach music, and I love to share knowledge with others.