Most social justice movements make a point to be inclusive of as many people as possible, especially marginalized communities. Those movements that don’t do so should. But one group that is often overlooked is disabled people, even though we exist inside every other affinity group. As someone who belongs to multiple “othered” communities (disabled, transgender, working-class, … [Read more...]
Writer's Note: The ideas in this piece were partially created with Tristan Morton while building a workshop together. When I was first establishing myself as an organizer, I worked with an organization focused on combatting economic injustice in their city. While they had accomplished a fair amount and were working on worthwhile issues, they were doing this in a way that was … [Read more...]
This article was originally published on The Health At Every Size® Blog and is republished with permission. I entered the conference with trepidation, acutely aware of the different spaces I inhabit and the tensions of trying to navigate between them. The conference focused on centralizing racial and ethnic justice in higher education, and was – at least in theory – … [Read more...]
The Body Is Not an Apology
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