Luna Malbroux is a comedian, writer & playwright who uses humor to shine a light on politics & identity in America.
Named one of YBCA's Most Influential Artists of 2018 and one of KQED's Women to Watch, Luna has dazzled audiences all over the country with her Southern charm and bold humor. She has been featured in The Atlantic, The Huffington Post, Refinery 29, Fusion TV, Time, Glamour and more.
Pulling income data from Bureau of Labor Statistics, EquiTable allows you and your friends to split the cost of a meal in accordance with gender and racial income inequalities. It's reparations one meal at a time.
How to Be a White Man
Created by Luna Malbroux and directed by Rodney Earl Jackson Jr., "How to Be a White Man" is an award-winning play about a journey to self-discovery amidst the challenges of navigating identity, power and privilege.
We haven’t seen two princesses fall in love and marry each other the end of a Disney movie. We haven’t seen a rom-com about two-non binary people falling in love from an adorable meet-cute, only to end with them skipping down the isle. The stories of LGBTQ+ falling in love haven’t been told to us.
Right now, Woke, Slay, Bae, Yaaasss Queen and Lit are basically unavoidable. Yet the claim that these words are ‘internet slang’ is a bold faced lie- they come from Black and Queer culture. I’ll put it to you simply, flavoring your language with slang that is not native to you may come with more than a heavy does of side-eye, it could also be problematic, exploitative, and signal to the community that you’re borrowing from that you trivialize their personal experiences and tokenize their culture.
Cooper is many things -- a military veteran, a Buddhist, a transgender pioneer in the arts, an activist and a filmmaker. Originally from New York, I spoke to Cooper about how these multiple identities have shaped his life.