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Kamaria B. Porter, MEd Jan 20
This is what looks like. I need a written version of Dr. Angela Davis' remarks. Anti-racist feminist politics of abolition, standing against deportation & detention & gender binaries. Critical anti-racist global politics, & saving our planet
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Alicia Strong Jan 22
Kosovo’s public institutions are only hurting themselves by refusing to hire brilliant hijab-wearing women. This is not simply a religious rights issue. This is a women’s rights issue.
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Making It Work 4h
This Protocol is ground breaking! Learn more and find out how:
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Pooneh Sabouri, PhD Jan 16
From “Mapping the Margins: Intersectionality, Identity Politics, and Violence against Women of Color (1994).”
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Malak / ملاك 23h
In this transphobic trend, this French "feminist" says that "excludes universalists". Intersectionality doesn't exclude anyone, it's precisely about INCLUDING everyone, notably the ones who have been marginalised by 1st World Imperial "feminism" for so long.
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Clare Burgess 5h
We are officially SOLD OUT! Can’t quite believe it but very happy - looking forward to important conversations about in history!
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Michelle D'cruz Jan 22
✊🏾✊🏾✊🏾 This was one of the most powerful and elucidating things I heard today. To the I don't understand people...this is what it means. .
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“Dr. O” (Feranmi Okanlami) Jan 21
Some in academia have told me “You either need to focus on being or ” But thats like asking my mixed son to choose which parent he loves more. & is who I am. I’m not picking sides.
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James Bosley 5h
We need to come up with a warmer word for Intersectionality, which sounds like a poli-sci course. Suggestions? .
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john murphy Jan 20
my companions and in Austin's MLK march today. Walking the walk
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A CALL TO MEN Jan 20
Today, we remember the legacy of Martin Luther King, Jr., and we commit to each other to stand up and speak up as allies for ALL oppressed people. Only by addressing intersectional oppression can we work toward a world in which we are all free.
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Black Paratext 4h
Jennifer C. Nash, THE BLACK BODY IN ECSTASY: READING RACE, READING PORNOGRAPHY (Duke, 2014). Cover art, detail from the soundtrack for LIALEH. Designed by Amy Ruth Buchanan.
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that_fkry_lady 1h
Replying to @MindaHarts
Yes. Wise words for me my white sisters eager to plan and attend events in March around International Women's Day.
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Dr Hannah Barham-Brown Jan 22
This is really horrendous, and a prime example of why we need in all we do as we fight for
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Berkley Center 11m
blogger Rev. John Lee reflects on his approach to political stratification as a pastor in Sioux Center, , and considers how the community can work to foster a shared identity in an age of .
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Koko 🌸 Jan 20
Found this in Instagram and I think it’s really important that we all read it.
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Anj Handa FRSA Jan 20
The 'broke, white person' in the headline of this brilliant blog is the author of the piece. If you're interested in privilege and (or if you're not very familiar with the terms) then have a read.
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Tania 7h
You can listen now on iTunes, PodBean and Stitcher.
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Gregory A. Hargreaves Jan 21
in is a promising research agenda.
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HoldSher Jan 17
1/2 I'm pleasantly surprised that has become a buzzword of sorts. I feel like my book was, by happy accident, ahead of its time. +
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