01.28.2021 | 6:30pm - 7:30pm EST

A Creative's Perspective

Live conversation with Feminine Divine Brooklyn (FDBK)

01.29.2021 | 6:00pm - 8:00pm EST

Artist Talk and Film Screening

Healing the Black Body, Community Ritual 2021

02.25.2021 | 7:00pm EST

03.25.2021 | 7:30pm EST

04.28.2021 | 7:30pm EST

(Art) Talk and Tangents

Artist talk between Taja Lindley and Jessica Valoris on Instagram Live

04.07.2021 | 7:00pm - 8:00pm EST

The Unknown Future

Virtual performance

04.11.2021 | 4:00pm - 5:30pm EST

Worthy of Respect and Dignified Care: Your Rights during Pregnancy and Birth

Presented by the Black Coalition for Safe Motherhood

04.24.2021 | 3:00pm - 4:00pm EST

Keynote Presentation

Cultivating Joy and Collective Restoration: (Re)Imagining and (Re)Claiming Pleasure and Liberation

Presented by The Mahindra Humanities Center Interdisciplinary Graduate Student Conference at Harvard University

04.24.2021 | 8:00p EST

04.28.2021 | 8:00p EST

04.30.2021 | 8:00p EST

Poetic License Festival: A Feeling Good Ritual

Presented by Poetic Theater Festival and Musical Theatre Factory

Taja Lindley launches her latest project: the Birth Justice Podcast NYC. It's a weekly podcast featuring long-form interviews about one of New York City's most pressing public health and racial justice issues: birth. The trailer and prelude are live, and the first episode drops on her birthday Wednesday July 8th featuring an interview with her mom. Be sure to subscribe wherever you get your podcasts, follow @birthjusticeNYC on Instagram and support this work on Patreon. Visit BirthJustice.NYC for more information and to sign up for the newsletter. This podcast is produced by Colored Girls Hustle and is made possible, in part, by the Narrative Power Stipend - a grant funded by Forward Together for members of Echoing Ida.

Taja Lindley is a member of Echoing Ida and some of her work is featured in this forthcoming collection published by Feminist Press. Rooted in Black Queer feminism and womanism, it features a talented line up of brilliant Black women and non-binary writers (members of Echoing Ida) as well as a foreword by Michelle Duster- an activist and great-granddaughter of Ida B. Wells. You can pre-order your copy on the Feminist Press site. This publication its lated to be released January 2021.