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Carla Ecola Awareness Month 1h
Replying to @MigrantConnect
I already know what some people (on Twitter) think about this but it’s far from segregating if you’re led by the house. An inspiring event outside of queer spaces that we’ve been to lately is . Important to recognise .
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Sophia Jul 17
Wanted to include some research on as a small part of my BA and after reading one text I've kinda remodeled my whole plan
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Remi 16h
Relating to is spot on.
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Francisco Herrera Jul 18
"Being women together was not enough. We were different. Being gay-girls together was not enough. We were different. Being Black together was not enough. We were different...
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IamCarlos Jul 19
Replying to @ThisIsNYCarlos
ID (cont) - Title: 2019-2020 Planning to Change The World: A Plan Book For Social Justice Teachers
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Straight4Pete Jul 18
If identity politics seems politically savvy, et al should note: most blacks (esp in the south , ie SC) are socially conservative. For an LGBTQ candidate to get black vote they also need to be black,eg Lori Lightfoot. On the scorecard race trumps sex
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Gwendolyn Sterk Jul 16
Can we acknowledge the 'add women & stir' model has been debunked & is 30yrs old! Inviting a few women into this picture will not solve the fact that structures of investment & decision making are bias to a white middle class male model
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Clint Collins 16h
Too many empty chairs for discussion on -1928 "A Call to See & Respond to the Crisis of Domestic & Intimate Partner Violence" after having a much fuller house for -1925. Violence is violence is violence and we have to oppose it in ALL forms.
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Mcr Met Uni E&D 18h
🌓 Today marks the 50th Anniversary of the first humans landing on the moon. Without these women, man would not have walked on the moon 👨‍🚀 We have overcome gravity, but need to continue to overcome inequality 👩🏻‍🚀
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Mel Liflora Jul 18
Replying to @RealYeyoZa
A straight male is at the bottom of the heirarchy due to his "." But a skirt from Goodwill and some badly-applied makeup give him (oops, "her") three Disadvantaged Identity Points: woman, lesbian, and transgender.
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The Sociologist's Dojo Jul 17
This is why identifying women as a singular collective group is painying with too broad a brush. Again, we need to understand
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(((L.N. Smithee))) Jul 18
Earlier this decade I noticed the creeping effects of what would later make itself evident as . Young adults - who had always seemed to value optimism, determination and ambition - were increasingly aspiring to be seen as victims of forces they couldn't control.
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Louise Barnes Jul 13
I’ve RT’d and followed. Looking forward to listening to the podcast. Congratulations. Am curious if you address race too? The intersectionality of race, gender and class interests me.
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Kate Scott Jul 12
Great article on the importance of when working on initiatives.
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thatsmybusiness Jul 17
Replying to @Greg241218661 @AOC
How’s she going to go after this lady through ?
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BartsAbility Jul 19
Thank you 🤗 - great launch of BME subgroup 👏🏽 rich conversations with actions to take forward ➡️
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🇸🇩 #SudanUprising 🇸🇩 Jul 19
If you claim yourself as a feminist, make sure all these boxes are checked. Source: via Instagram
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UniSA RESI Jul 19
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ksenia c Jul 19
Insights about how to use to recognize and subvert structures of privilege and oppression
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Alexa DeJesus Jul 19
“We want intersectional feminism, we want more women to be represented!”
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