Race & Equity

“My mom trained me to believe I can make a difference.”

My father named me Sagashus, and he never let me forget what it meant: wise, shrewd, calculating. He knew what his lifestyle was—four generations of sex work, surrounded by drugs—and he saw something different for me. Photos by Megan Monday “By naming me Sagashus, he was giving me a direction and a vision to break …

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