“Is alienating a tactic used by folks in power to deflect the attention off of their unrighteous living?” Codi Keith Charles writes in this column.
“Intimacy is often weaponized by power and not afforded to many divine Black humans,” Cody Charles writes in this column.
A night of cultural performances and honors for equity advocates, students and educators capped off a week of Lawrence school district tributes to Martin Luther King Jr. on Thursday.
“There is an expectation of immense labor for Black trans folks; and there are no thank-yous for the labor given and risk taken,” Cody Charles writes.
This week’s question was not submitted through the Ask Cody account. It was asked in person, during one of the most important events of my life. “Are you a boy or a girl?”
All types of families are welcome and wanted at a Coming Out Party planned for Tuesday evening, the host says.
A new community hub is coming to Lawrence, and it aims to help young queer and trans folk — particularly those of color, or QTPOC+ — not only survive, but thrive.
Q: Dear Cody, what made you stay in Lawrence? After everything with your former employer and the current state of this community, why stay?
This week, Cody reflects on radio requests, their crushes on “90210,” and the songs they sang flamboyantly in their youth.
Cody shares 4 tips to help overcome anxiety and depression.
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