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The Intrusive Identification Demand is received by Disabled, BIPOC, and those with accents, dress, or indicators they are a different nationality. It is a microaggression that can include ableism, xenophobia, and racism.
“One of the gifts of disability and moving on “crip time” — slowly — is that we notice things that people moving quickly typically miss. Another value is that more people are able to remain active for the long haul.”—Leah Lakshmi Piepzna-Samarasinha
oin 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!
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