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Digital Practices & Intersectionality

University Of Michigan

Kim Katrin Milan

on 11 February 2016

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Transcript of Digital Practices & Intersectionality

We are all interconnected and our actions and inactions impact others powerfully.
Transforming Large & Small Ecosystems
Radical Monarchs
"I watch people go through great strides to avoid looking critically at themselves, to avoid saying "I was wrong, I'm sorry." I've seen people throw away love to avoid facing their insecurities and fears. If you love me, and you see me doing that, please please please grab me, hold me tight, remind me that I'm great and I deserve opportunities to grow and ascend, even if they hurt, even if I'm ashamed."
-Jezebel Delilah
Challenge Stigma
Share Resources
Create Culture & Produce Media
Digital Practices & Intersectionality
The absence of evidence is not the evidence of absence.
Another’s experience does not invalidate your own, but it should and necessarily does complicate your own.
Privilege happens at the expense of others.
Treat others the way that they want to be treated. Ask.
Imagine that your allyship card expires at the end of the day.
Guilt isn't useful, solidarity is. Leverage your privilege.
It is no one’s responsibility to educate you but your own.
Listen. Learn. Practice. Repeat.
Acknowledge Privilege. Dissolve Guilt.
Take up less space. Fall back.
Collect your folks.
Center. Listen. Acknowledge. Inquire. Move towards resolution. (CL/R)AIM)
Honor your mistakes.
Kim Katrin Milan
Strategies For Solidarity
Start Young
Increasing Accessibility
"I live in a world where either body privilege or race privilege is always against me. So I point my camera at my face, most often when I am alone, and possibly bored, and I click; I upload it to instagram, and I hold my breath because the world is cruel and I am what some would call ugly, but I don’t see it."

Respectability Poltics
Coalition & Collective Building
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