Jordan Daniels: There aren't enough dedicated Black spaces for the San Diego queer community

When I first moved to Oceanside from the Bay Area, I was surprised by my new neighborhood’s lack of diversity. A Black and Jewish child raised in a multiracial community, and one of seven children from a Black father, diversity was baked into my being. It manifested itself in the smell of fried chicken and skillet potatoes from our kitchen, aromatic tikka masala across the street, and pancit and adobo a few houses down. When we left our bubble and entered a predominantly White and…

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