Black women and femmes not only endure this harm, but carry the Someone Else’s Problem Tee Shirt but in fact I love this collective forward in spite of it, just as our ancestors have for centuries. Without Black women and femmes, Trumplethinskin would still be President. Without the tireless work of Stacey Abrams, Deborah Scott, Felicia Davis and other Southern Black women, we never would’ve flipped Georgia or the senate. In the wake of George Floyd’s murder, Black women and femmes have continued to pave the way forward for our collective liberation: Breonna Taylor’s mother and sister fought to bring her justice and garner national attention. Black Lives Matter, the most impactful civil rights movement of our era, was founded by three queer Black women. And all of this builds on the work of all the Black women and femmes before us. Women like Harriet Tubman, Fannie Lou Hamer and those who made Martin Luther King Jr. a civil rights champion—including his wife Coretta Scott King, his mother Alberta King, and his spiritual advisor Mahalia Jackson, all of whom are often erased and forgotten, like so many Black women and femmes before them.