Gwyndyn T. Alexander

Gwyndyn wears a black and red cherry printed dress and pink and black polka dot knee-high socks. Her hair is braided over one shoulder and she smiles at the camera. 
I’m a feminist, activist poet. I’ve been fighting for equal rights for all for the last thirty years.
My health and my finances won’t allow me to put feet in the streets, but I am with you all in spirit, and fighting every way I can. The internet can serve as an amplifier for our voices, and poetry has always been a tool of the resistance.

I stand with women, minorities, the disabled, and the LGBT community to protest our disenfranchisement, and the theft of our democracy.

We will not be silenced.

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