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Thesis Pi 5m
Conservatives on : we think people should be judged on their character and actions, not their race or gender, but the Liberals shouldn't be using an elitist $10 word to explain it.
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Tyler Booth Sep 23
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Black In Mental Health 22h
Replying to @sandylocks
You can read Professor Crenshaw's Seminal Paper (1989) on Here:
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Meg Mask-Up Ball Rigden 1h
🚨Pay Attention Ontarians!🚨 Your health care is under assault by our current government. This is not about spending, it is about policy & what is guiding it -- shareholders instead of STAKEholders. We need to conquer these policy challenges, not privatization.
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April Kam MD MScPH Sep 24
This is data about Canadian universities by U15 Leadership Remains Largely White and Male Despite 33 Years of Equity Initiatives
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Doug Richmond 38m
"His goal was to beautify the neighborhood while giving kids a chance to learn about life through sports".
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ARDI 14m
Thank you ARDI member, MEP for sharing what means to you! And thanks for creating a space for more people to understand that applying intersectionality in policy work is just so necessary. Spread a word!
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Kevin Michael Grace🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿🇮🇪⚜🇳🇴 Sep 18
, doncha love it?! More, please
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It's Time Edmonton 1h
There’s been lots of talk about lately. This is what it means. It forms the foundation of our work.
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Jill Popelka 4h
Great lessons to guide organization’s , & journey by Lauren Park : Take ; smarter, not harder; develop & social networks; rethink diversity ; embrace .
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Celina Caesar-Chavannes Sep 23
I was once asked to stop talking about in a caucus meeting because most people did not understand it. So, I would really love to see the tool the government will use to provide this “feminist intersectional approach to recovery”.
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EarthBurned #BlackLivesMatter Sep 18
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Jessica N. Pabón believes in harm reduction 4h
I asked my kid to help me illustrate a point.
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Genius Within Sep 24
The lovely & have a fab new podcast available below. & are gaining traction in society so let's make sure everyone listens!
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Leena Sharma Seth (She/Her) 2h
This is what face to face facilitation looks like in the world of . At the this morning talking about and with
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Thesis Pi 15h
Explainer on : it is the idea that we can build a society where everyone can participate, regardless of: race, sex, gender, ect. So you see, we are explaining the same thing, but Conservatives don't want to talk about it.
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Lisa Bush 20h
"We who are dark are complex. We intersect... with our culture(s), language(s), race(s), gender(s), sexuality(ies), ability(ies), religion(s)... Our complicated identies cannot be discussed or examined in isolation" I'll take Dr. Love's definition of .
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Kim Tignor Sep 20
Replying to @sandylocks
Answer: the intersection of sexism and racism just hits different - it hits harder, uglier and from all angles (shout out to the Queen of Prof ).
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Doreen Rabi, M.D. 3h
Replying to @placentadoc
I also believe in . Other things I believe in: -Harm reduction -Childcare -Climate Change -Publicly funded health care & eduction are important -Systemic racism/sexism/homophobia/ableism are endemic in Alberta - the Premier is stoking hate & damaging lives
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Dr. Bibi Neumann♥️🖤💚👍🏿 22h
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