Marlene Colburn And Naima Green Talk Lesbian Representation

Marlene Colburn, one of the founders of the Dyke March, and Naima Green, an artist currently working on a project and archive called Pur·suit, which will document queer people of all identities, agree that it's really hard to find lesbian spaces that aren't bars. Just as hard, it seems, is to find lesbian representation that isn't white. In the video above, the two talk about how they are creating space for queer people and what that looks like within two different generations.

Check out the other videos in our series where we placed queer people from different generations in conversation with one another:

Dani and May OkonRob Smith and Eddie Jarrel JonesLauren Morelli and GarciaAshlee Marie Preston and Devan Diaz

Produced by Alexandra Hsie

Directed by Charlotte Prager

Shot by Dani Okon + Charlotte Prager

Edited by Charlotte Prager

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