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Kimberly A. Williams
Women's & Gender Studies Professor | Scholar | Feminist | Cricket's Human | All-Around Avenger of Social Justice. All outlandish opinions are entirely my own.
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Emma González 20h
For all those who want to know how to get involved with our Movement and don't know how, follow this link!
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ffish Feb 19
GOP: An AR-15 isn't even an automatic weapon. You can't regulate from a position of ignorance. ME: [pulls out paper and pencil] Please draw, label, and explain the female reproductive system.
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Priyamvada Gopal 13h
Past week been depressing in terms of race & class politics but for me the huge bright lining has been the coming together of feminists of colour & white allies of all genders to collectively challenge bad politics. We may not have high profile platforms but will speak together.
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Red Thunder Woman 18h
Respectfully, can I advocate all the readers learn the 94 Calls to Action which can be found and printed here:...
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Anisa White 20h
My website is live. An Indigenous owned Justice Advisory company working exclusively with Indigenous Nations. We are dedicated to developing Community Based Justice programs, Restorative Justice programs and revitalizing Indigenous Legal Traditions.
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Erica Violet Lee 20h
If you have some reconciliation $$$ burning a hole in your pocket, here's my reading list for this term 😘:
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paul seesequasis Feb 20
Yesterday it was being suspended. Today it's . Indigenous twitter is being targeted and these suspensions of respected Indigenous voices is completely unjust.
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Kimberly A. Williams Feb 20
Yes! This is what always got me in trouble with my aunts and uncles: brainwashing their kids in the ways of social justice!
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MRU Faculty Assoc. Feb 20
Next week is Advocacy Week ! This week includes events for the public. Join us Tuesday at 2pm in the Ideas Visualization Lounge for a screening of 'Junct: The Trashing of Higher Ed. in America!
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The Root Feb 19
Move over Ariel, step aside Mulan, go to sleep Aurora, because just snatched all your wigs & became the greatest Disney Princess:
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Idle No More Feb 19
Fundraiser for Boushie Family. Please donate and share.
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Miss Representation Feb 19
Real-life Katniss Everdeens, Hermoine Grangers, and Meg Murrys are popping up and it's not a coincidence.
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Rebecca Sullivan Feb 19
Only economists would think this headline is shocking.
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Kimberly A. Williams Feb 20
Good article. But as always, the comments provide stark evidence of Canada’s abiding racism. Use caution.
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Julie Murphy Feb 15
let the history books say that the revolution was led by teenage girls
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Kimberly A. Williams Feb 19
This is what happens when necessary social services are highly privatized. Also because: sexism and misogyny.
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Tantoo Cardinal Feb 19
An Open Letter to White People Who Are Upset Because Black Panther Is So Racist via
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Tracey Lindberg Feb 19
Seeing so few stories about women leaders, female-driven histories, relationships with land. Just because white male histories are readily available doesn’t mean they are determinative. We need to work harder to feminize Indigenize history. Stories. Land.
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Kimberly A. Williams Feb 19
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