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GRIEVING THE WHITE VOID

Via Medium.  GRIEVING THE WHITE VOID By Abraham Lateiner Learn more at www.risksomething.org “I stood to my feet in the midst of the cosmos. I discovered that all were intoxicated and none were thirsty. At the moment you are inebriated, but free from the effects of wine, you too may turn and stand.” — Yeshua, Saying … Read More

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Detour-Spotting for White Anti-Racists

Via Cultural Bridges to Justice.  Detour-Spotting for White Anti-Racists jona olsson For white people living in North America learning to be anti-racist is a re-education process. I must unlearn the thorough racist conditioning to re-educate and re-condition myself as an anti-racist. I need knowledge, guidance and experience to avoid the detours and traps waiting for … Read More

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The Science of Mattering: How to Gauge Theatre’s Impact

Via American Theatre. The Science of Mattering: How to Gauge Theatre’s Impact Can theatre’s intrinsic value to audiences be measured? Three new studies point the way. BY ANTHONY RHINE In the middle part of the last century, the nation’s big advertising firms started hiring behavioral experts with Ph.D.s in psychology under the assumption that advertising might be … Read More

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Working Apart So We Can Work Together

Via Fractured Atlas.  Working Apart So We Can Work Together By Courtney Harge As part of our commitment to anti-racism and anti-oppression, Fractured Atlas has been hosting race-based caucuses since late 2016. Each space serves a unique role in our work. We’re sharing our experiences in the hopes that more organizations will implement the practice. Photo Credit: Flickr user Dorret What … Read More

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Accomplices Not Allies: Abolishing the Ally Industrial Complex

Via Indigenous Action.  Accomplices Not Allies: Abolishing the Ally Industrial Complex This provocation is intended to intervene in some of the current tensions around solidarity/support work as the current trajectories are counter-liberatory from my perspective. Special thanks to DS in Phoenix for convos that lead to this ‘zine and all those who provided comments/questions/disagreements. Don’t … Read More

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The Fire Next Time Teacher’s Guide

Via Penguin Random House.  The Fire Next Time Teacher’s Guide BY JAMES BALDWIN NOTE TO TEACHERS Nobody Knows My Name (1961-the year of the Freedom Riders) and The Fire Next Time (1963-the year of the March on Washington) were first published when the civil rights movement was in full sway across the United States. James Baldwin had already been … Read More

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