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Love as Praxis

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Elizabeth Coté

on 6 March 2017

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Transcript of Love as Praxis

Reflections on Love
Using prompting questions 1-4 on your handout, spend some time reflecting on what love means to you.
Love as praxis: a radical grounding for liberation work
Connecting Love to Work
Using prompting questions 5 & 6 on your handout, reflect on love in practice in community and identity work.
Taking Love Home
"Society's collective fear of love must be faced if we are to lay claim to a love ethic that can inspire us and give us the courage to make necessary changes." - hooks, All About Love, p. 91
What Is Love?
Introductions
Chaz Ashley-Cruz, M.A.
Assistant Director
UC Davis
Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender Queer Intersex Asexual
Resource Center
elizabeth coté
Director
he/him/his or they/them theirs
she/her/hers
Name
Pronouns
Favorite Love Song + Why
Word Association
What words come to your mind when you think of:

Love?
Love + [your] work?
"...love as the will to extend one’s self to nurture our own and another’s spiritual growth"
-bell hooks
"an animating principle in the self- a life force (some of us call it soul) that when nurtured enhances our capacity to be more fully self-actualized and able to engage in communion with the world around us."
- bell hooks
"A love ethic presupposes that everyone has the right to be free, to live fully and well. To bring a love ethic to every dimension of our lives, our society would need to embrace change." - bell hooks, All About Love, p.87
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