Tag: racial justice

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🌈 Your journey towards meaningful connections begins at One Free Community – where every interaction is an opportunity to shape a brighter, more empathetic world. Join us today, and let’s redefine community together! 🌈

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Happy Disability Pride Month!

Join Calling Up Justice in honoring Disability Pride Month, a time to celebrate the power and resilience of disabled individuals. This month-long celebration is an opportunity to promote disability justice and advocate for equality, while shedding light on the unique experiences and contributions of the disabled community. Let’s come together to challenge ableist narratives and create a more inclusive society.

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Unveiling Truth: A Black Mother’s Cry for Justice

“I was feeling overwhelmed yesterday from the Ajike Owens case and from scrolling Twitter, reading the numerous racist comments from accounts banking the story would unfold that Ajike was an angry black woman who attacked Susan and thus had a right to take her life. The next scroll being about Ron DeSantis and his hatred for Black history. So, I decided to chat with my AI and poured my feelings into the chat. I wrote everything I wanted to say about every different aspect of the current fight for Black equality that I felt I couldn’t fit into one TikTok post to adequately make a transforming point. So, I decided on a poem and aske the AI to generate it. ” THINKER aka ngrowth

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CitiBikeKaren Talk

CitiBikeKaren Talk: The Hysterectomy Celebration Fundraiser. Maiamama joins us from the recovery bed as we discuss the CitiBikeKaren Discourse. The “Citi Bike Karen” video footage shows Black teens, subjected to what is widely being derided as fake tears by Sarah Jane Comrie, a physician assistant whose calls for “help” followed the playbook of other white women “Karens” who weaponize their whiteness typically at the expense of Black people. We produced this as a fundraiser for Maiama’s recovery fund.

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Photo by Jay Yamayta. San Francisco. American Conservatory Theater. 2018

Every 28 Hours Plays Jordan Neely Action

In 2012 a study found that every 28 hours a black person was extrajudicially killed by vigilante, security guard, or the police in the United States. This statistic was immediately contested and the country is still embroiled with addressing a problem it struggles to acknowledge. Inspired by the conversation we needed to have this project was developed.

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