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Race, Allyship & Intersectionality

Sep. 17th, 2012
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Kim Katrin Milan

on 10 March 2018

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Transcript of Race, Allyship & Intersectionality

Sexism
Ableism
Classism
Heterosexism
"The system isn't broken, it was built that way."
These are the social and political constructions that define social location and these systems are the foundation upon which our economy is based on. As it determines who gets what and in what quantity. They serve a very clear purpose and they are always intentional.
Race, Intersectionality & Allyship
Prejudice
is a feeling, a belief. You can be prejudiced, but still be a fair person if you’re careful not to act on your irrational dislikes.

Discrimination
takes place the moment a person acts on prejudice.

Goals & Accountability
"May we continue to disagree, may we continue to distinguish our movements by their bases of accountability, may we continue to give different accounts of how we got here and where we are, and may we collaborate but never compromise our visions of where we ought to be."
- Alexis Pauline Gumbs
Power
Status
Wealth
Cash
Heterosexual Privilege
I can be pretty sure that my roommates, hall-mates and classmates will be comfortable with my sexual orientation.
If I pick up a magazine, watch TV, or play music, I can be certain my sexual orientation will be represented.
I do not have to fear that if my family or friends find out about my sexual orientation there will be economic, emotional, physical or psychological consequences.
Key Definitions:
"to remain exempt from perpetuating social inequity"
DEFINE
MAINTAIN
ENFORCE
(cc) photo by medhead on Flickr
POWER
PRIVILEGE
&
“The notion of productivity is rooted in capitalist (and, it follows, ableist) ideas about an individual’s value. It is important that we be “productive”, not only when we are at work, but at all times.
Transphobia
Audism
Status
Solidarity
Ageism
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