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Tariq Al-Olaimy
Compassionate & regenerative communities of purpose for public & planet. Co-Founder .
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Tariq Al-Olaimy Jun 12
Always a pleasure to reconnect with the story - the worlds largest peace building NGO - and it’s co-founder John Marks. Listening to his wisdom on bringing (spiritual) values into action in the social entrepreneurship space.
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Tariq Al-Olaimy Jun 11
Replying to @edeemame
my exact reaction when I found out she was giving a class a few min away from where I’m staying.
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Tariq Al-Olaimy Jun 11
Replying to @tariqal
We need to be literate about the world that we live in, and this is why we must all educate ourselves on why .
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Tariq Al-Olaimy Jun 11
Replying to @tariqal
In these best of times, we are learning that intersectionality is not ‘a thing’. But it is a way of being, a way of doing, a way of seeing, and a way of learning through the pedagogy of resistance. And it’s currently doing it’s work in the world.
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Tariq Al-Olaimy Jun 11
Replying to @tariqal
In these worst of times, it is being co-opted as a tool to reinforce the power structures that it’s meant to challenge.
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Tariq Al-Olaimy Jun 11
Replying to @tariqal
On the 30th anniversary of the terms creation, intersectionality is having a ‘Dickensian’ moment - it is both the best of times and the worst of times.
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Tariq Al-Olaimy Jun 11
Replying to @tariqal
Prof Crenshaw is a leading authority in the area of Civil Rights, Black feminist legal theory, and race, racism and the law. Her work has been foundational in two fields of study that have come to be known by terms that she coined: Critical Race Theory and Intersectionality.
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Tariq Al-Olaimy Jun 11
30 years of theorising justice: Masterclass at the University of Amsterdam on intersectionality, critical race theory, and contemporary challenges by the brilliant and inspiring Prof Kimberlé Crenshaw.
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Sabeeka Al Shamlan Jun 9
Women in seeking to create social impact projects, apply for this program -facilitated by Warsha- here: The deadline for submission is 13 June!
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Lateef Jun 6
The death toll in Sudan has exceeded 100. Women are being raped, houses are being pillaged and burned. Children are being made orphans. The government has taken arms to the people and cut the internet to limit information. This is a massacre
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Naomi Oreskes Jun 6
This is really scary. As it gets hotter, we think less clearly ...
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dm Jun 6
“Warmer Arabian Gulf waters [...] will not be able to replenish the Arabian Sea, making the world's largest dead zone even larger.”
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〽️ Jun 3
After Eid prayer tomorrow many of us will go on to hug our loved ones. In Sudan they will go on praying, janazah, to bury thier loved ones. The ummah’s silence around the massacre in Sudan is sickening but I’m not surprised. Please keep them in your duas tonight❤️
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Suhaiymah Manzoor-Khan Jun 3
Eid Mubarak! Praying for all those celebrating under occupation, in refugee camps, in detention centres, incarceration, those who are homeless, stateless, community and family-less, those in hospital, unable to receive medical aid, undocumented, or persecuted anywhere today!
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Asad D. May 31
“Ali, the prophet’s cousin, is said to have stated: ‘Do not make your stomach a graveyard of animals’, and the caliph Umar warned against the addictive nature of meat.”
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omid safi May 31
Speaking of the Earth, Ibn 'Arabi states: "From the earth, the people of faith learn their certainty. Therefore, it is the mother from whom we come and to whom we return." Piece by on the , the , and the . ?
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Changemakerxchange May 28
Apply now for a special edition CXC on and , happening in complete nature in the beautiful medieval village of , Italy:
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Tariq Al-Olaimy May 28
Replying to @tariqal
“Not enough of the people who offer professional help recognize patriarchy as a type of insanity. Believing that masculinity is a factor of mental, physical, emotional, economic or other superiority that results in doing less labor, and having more power, is disease.“
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Tariq Al-Olaimy May 28
on relinquishing the patriarchy: ‘a note to straight, cis men; but also includes trans men, queer men, & all who participate in masculinity – if you see yourself in these words, this is a love note to you..’
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7ala Abdullah May 16
"Terrorism is far away and visible, they say, but in reality most violence is common, nearby, and hidden. In 2016, for instance, terror attacks claimed the lives of 68 people in the United States—but that same year, more than 1,800 women were murdered by men..."
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