CALLING UP JUSTICE Lead Communications Position Description

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“If you have come to help me you are wasting your time, but if you have come because your liberation is bound up with mine then let’s work together.”  -Aboriginal Activist Sisters

About the Position

Our practice grew exponentially during the pandemic and we are right-sizing to respond to the increased content and audience demand.  We are also moving from our current content management platform. This is an opportunity to help design and build communications systems. 

We are looking for collaborators not contractors. This is not work for hire. We work on a radical generosity model that allows us to resource our collaborators on a level of need rather than a false equality model. This equity model pulls from a shared pool which we are currently growing through donations and passive income streams. However it is paramount that Capitalism is not centered in our practice– a shared commitment to shaping and shifting the world is. 

Join our Decentralized content house as a publisher!  Primary duties are posting updates and invitations to the website, blogspace, social media channels, and email lists. Ideate on strategies to combat racist algorhymic suppression and organizing across different platforms. Create accessible communications that connect the people, the artists, and movements. As Toni Cade Bambara said “The role of the artist is to make the revolution irresistible”. Join us in making decolonization, anti-racism, disabled justice and liberatory practice irresistible!

About the Practice

Calling Up Justice, led by Claudia Alick, is a transmedia social justice practice producing performances of justice onstage, online, and in real life. In the face of a global pandemic and racial justice crisis, our practice was uniquely prepared and positioned to respond.  We use digital technologies to collaborate nationally and asynchronously, create and broadcast content, generate social justice, join and lead think-tanks, and manage a tech co-op. Our practice centers on an intersectional lens; incubating and developing a more accessible, decolonized, anti-racist, gender equity, anti-capitalist design. We produce, perform, advise, consult, and partner with individuals and organizations nationally, creating ripple effects of positive impact.

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