#Standing4Black Girls Community Action Against Rape Culture and Sexual Violence

On October 17, youth from the Women’s Leadership Project and community partners took to the streets to rally and raise awareness about the disproportionate impact of rape culture, sexual, and domestic violence on Black girls and Black communities. The Standing4BlackGirls coalition was spearheaded by Black women and girls-led gender justice organizations in South Los Angeles.…

NARCOLEPSY, INC:  Webseries

Based on Sikivu Hutchinson’s 2018 Hollywood Fringe Festival Play, NARCOLEPSY, INC. is a sci fi/speculative fiction web-series set in a theocratic Reagan-era state where sleep and dreams are policed and manufactured by the multinational, NARCOLEPSY, INC. The company’s chief scientist and engineer, Yuri, a queer, skeptic Black woman, works on an antidote to sleeplessness to…

New Book: Humanists in the Hood: Unapologetically Black, Feminist, and Heretical

Order now at Amazon, Indiebound and Barnes and Noble: Humanists in the Hood Unapologetically Black, Feminist, and Heretical “The time is now for Humanists in the Hood. With compassionate, razor-sharp clarity, Sikivu Hutchinson provides a courageously bold Black, feminist, and atheist road map to liberating ourselves, our communities, and U.S. society. She invites and challenges readers to step outside…

Sleep Dystopias Fiction Podcast

Sleep Dystopias
A New Fiction Podcast by Sikivu Hutchinson

Episode 3: Big Black Sun

Somewhere in Los Angeles, colonists from a parallel universe find a genotypically perfect host to invade.

Written by Sikivu Hutchinson, Featuring Cydney Wayne Davis, Elvinet Piard and Sikivu Hutchinson. Music by Sikivu Hutchinson.

Available https://sleepdystopia.podbean.com/

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White Nights, Black Paradise, The Play: August 29th Virtual Performance

A Virtual Performance spotlighting the Social Histories of Black Women and the African American Community in Peoples Temple and Jonestown The historical stage play, “White Nights, Black Paradise”, by L.A.-based writer Sikivu Hutchinson, is based on the arc of the predominantly African American female Peoples Temple church and the November 1978 Jonestown, Guyana massacre. It…