Oscar Nñ writes about promoting spaces for queer people of color through his party series Papi Juice

“In this essay, Oscar Nñ, an urban planner and co-founder-slash-resident DJ of Papi Juice — a collective of DJs, visual artists, and friends — discusses the difficulties and joys of creating, holding, and celebrating space that centers queer and trans people of color. As he describes, this is not only an architectural and urban planning challenge; it entails creative use of technology, rethinking received modes of representation, and critically embracing complicated histories.”

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