Author Archives: Darnell L. Moore

About Darnell L. Moore

Darnell L. Moore is a fellow is a Visiting Scholar with the Center for the Study of Gender and Sexuality at New York University. His is an Editorial Collective member of The Feminist Wire and blogs at Huffington Post. He has also written for Lambda Literary, Mary: A Literary Quarterly, and Hyacide Magazine. He lives in Bedstuy, Brooklyn.

On charges of anti-Semitism and Palestinian solidarity activism

In an on-going conversation sparked by Judith Butler’s response to the Jerusalem Post,, Darnell Moore responds to Dr. Beryl Satter on the danger of centralizing anti-Semitism in advocacy to challenge the Israeli occupation.

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A response to Judith Butler: I hear you

Darnell Moore is reminded by Judith Butler’s Mondoweiss article to speak and push against the many “separation walls” that are constructed to withhold voices and bodies.

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What’s queer about the anti-occupation movement?

Participant from the first U.S. LGBTQ delegation to Palestine and speaker at this year’s Israel Apartheid Week in New York City, Darnell L. Moore outlines the connections queer activists in the U.S. are building to the Palestinian cause.

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