Hunter Shackelford (they) is a Black fat death worker, a cyborg from the South, cultural writer, visual artist, cultural bone collector, and a nigga just trying to get free. Published in Teen Vogue, Wear Your Voice, Washington Post, For Harriet, Buzzfeed, and Huffington Post, Hunter is an established cultural essayist that uses ethnography, critical feminist thought, and death to illustrate the antiblack world and the experiences within it. Hunter is also a graphic designer, illustrator, and cultural artist. ashleighshackelford.com
Trans People Exist in the Future
Art and poetry celebrating trans resilience
Trans people of color deserve a world of safety, support and love. Imagine this world through our collection of original art and poetry. Free to download, the zine includes ten poems, selected art from seven years of the Trans Day of Resilience art project, and prompts to fuel your own dreaming.