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Aishah S. Simmons (she/her)
Survivor| Dharma| NO! The Rape Documentary| love WITH accountability: Digging Up the Roots of Child Sexual Abuse| Award Winner 🏆
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Aishah S. Simmons (she/her) Aug 5
Replying to @monaeltahawy @rerutled
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Ejeris Dixon Jul 30
I wish our movements were more prepared for what’s happening and what’s coming. I wish we had more political cohesion and alignment. I wish we had a better distribution of the labor. I wish we had better strategies for and conversations around opportunism and individualism.
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Aishah S. Simmons (she/her) Aug 3
Respect, Love and Gratitude, Yalini🙌🏾❤️
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YaliniDream Aug 2
Important insights from long time leaders , , & in ’s article on
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Aishah S. Simmons (she/her) Aug 3
Replying to @ZEisenstein
Thank you, sister Zillah😘
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Aishah S. Simmons (she/her) Aug 3
Replying to @NWithbroe
Thank you, dear friend and comrade Nancy❤️
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Nancy Withbroe (she/her) Aug 2
Black women like have been leading this conversation for decades. I appreciate this thoughtful piece imagining more just possibilities for survivors.
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Zillah Eisenstein Aug 2
So important to see how Can re-imagine how we address sexual violence. includes ending sexual violation.
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Aishah S. Simmons (she/her) Aug 2
Thank you, DCRCC! It is an honor to partner with you in this work to end sexual violence🙌🏾. I am elated that your executive director wrote a chapter for the love WITH accountability anthology 📖🙋🏾‍♀️.
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Ejeris Dixon Aug 2
Really appreciate this article by including perspectives on TJ and sexual violence including Mimi Kim Erica Meiners and more!
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Maya Schenwar Aug 2
"“Defunding and abolishing the police offers an opportunity to rethink how we support sexual assault survivors without replicating or exacerbating the damage from our existing system." -
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Mona Eltahawy Aug 2
Replying to @AfroLez
Sister, comrade, and friend - all my love and solidarity! Thank you for your decades of vital work. I am honoured to know you ❤️✊🏽💜
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Aishah S. Simmons (she/her) Aug 2
Replying to @monaeltahawy
Thank you sister, comrade and friend Mona for sharing. 🙌🏾❤️🙋🏾‍♀️
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Mona Eltahawy Aug 2
“The assumption is that policing will stop or prevent sexual violence,” “There is documented evidence that it does not. So why do we rely on the police as the only solution to sexual assault?”
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Wilson Wong Aug 2
my latest: experts say ‘defunding the police’ could offer sexual assault survivors a different path for justice. a thread (1/x)
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Aishah S. Simmons (she/her) Aug 2
What 'defund the police' could mean for sexual assault survivors by , Happy that my words/work are lifted along with comrades & friends Terri Poore/, , Mimi Kim/, & Erica Meiners.
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DC Rape Crisis Center (DCRCC) Aug 2
Great interviews by our friends, and partners with and
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Aishah S. Simmons (she/her) Aug 2
Thank you for lifting the work, and our voices, Wilson!
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Wilson Wong Aug 2
Replying to @ejeris @AfroLez and 2 others
thank you to and many others who spoke with me. special s/o for his support and generous edits on the first brain-wormed draft of this story!
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Martha S. Jones, JD, PhD Jul 31
“The women that I write about are not trying to get a seat at white women’s tables. They are building their own tables where they are having their own conversations, and always have been.”
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