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Black Feminism Lives!
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Check out these love based models of radical organizing!
Not only does SONG make space for love and connection everyday, they (we) are building a network to train organizers in the southeast to be fluent in the langauge of love as action. Look out for SONG’s upcoming organizing school (Fall 2007) and click here for info on SONG’s current programs!
In 1979 in response to 12 murders of black women in Boston in the space of three months, the Combahee River Collective (mission statement exerpted here…email firstname.lastname@example.org an educational full copy) created and self-published a document about violence against black women and created a series of creative artistic public demonstrations affirming the right of all women to live. In 2006 in response to verbal, physical and ideological violence against women of color and sex workers and people who have survived sexual assault in Durham North Carolina UBUNTU in partnership with Men Against Rape culture created and self-published a document on how to support survivors of sexual violence. Download this and other UBUNTU brilliance here and use it your communities!
To learn more about the International Black Youth Summit, find out about amazing youth leaders, see sample activities, get involved and support youth-led community work all over the world visit www.loveproduction.wordpress.com (because making love IS transformation).
A health justice collaborative website. Check it out!
Check out Alexis’s review of Meshell Ndgeocello’s new joint! http://www.thecoupmagazine.com/content/view/86/47/