decolonization Meetups

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PLEASE READ: The purpose of this group is to provide a space for ethical vegans of color who live in Los Angeles, the Bay Area and other parts of California, to make connections, share information and meet up at activist, outreach and social events.

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The Red Hand Book Club, as a project of the Council Advocating an Indigenous Manifesto, is dedicated to increasing Indigenous Peoples' knowledge of the impacts of colonization and decolonization. The group will read a variety of literary, philosophic

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We are a group of intersectional skeptics who think critically about social justice issues. Intersectionality - can be described as the study of intersections between forms or systems of oppression, domination ,or discrimination and the counterpoint

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This is a meetup intended for the gathering of feminist people who want to share their experiences and build a feministic network  in Copenhagen. We will talk about identities, norms and power relations. An intersectional approach will be followed in

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April 11, 2015

This is a meetup intended for the gathering of feminist people who want to share their experiences and build a feministic network  in Copenhagen. We will talk about identities, norms and power relations. An intersectional approach will be followed in

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Feminists
March 18, 2015
Private

We are a group of intersectional skeptics who think critically about social justice issues. Intersectionality - can be described as the study of intersections between forms or systems of oppression, domination ,or discrimination and the counterpoint­

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Intersectional Skeptics
November 6, 2014
Private

PLEASE READ: The purpose of this group is to provide a space for ethical vegans of color who live in Los Angeles, the Bay Area and other parts of California, to make connections, share information and meet up at activist, outreach and social events.

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March 10, 2013

The Red Hand Book Club, as a project of the Council Advocating an Indigenous Manifesto, is dedicated to increasing Indigenous Peoples' knowledge of the impacts of colonization and decolonization. The group will read a variety of literary, philosophic­

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