Anti-Oppression Resources & History

Learning from our History: Constructive Criticism from Large Demonstrations in the Past 10 Years

NYC, 2003: An Open Letter To Activists Concerning Racism In The Anti-War Movement
“In order for future demonstrations and coalitions to build on the advances that were made and increase participation of all of our communities, it is urgent that the issues we raise in our letter be forthrightly addressed by the entire movement. We urge you to give immediate, focused attention to this letter in that spirit.”

NYC, 2001: An Anti-Racist Coalition? We Have a Long Way to Go
Letter from “a group of youngish white organizers and activists. . . struggling with questions of how to integrate anti-racist principles into anti-war organizing.”

2000: Where Was the Color in Seattle: Looking for Reasons why the Great Battle was So White – Elizabeth Betita Martinez

2011: Making Room for Racial Justice in the People Power Exploding Around Us – Rinku Sen

Learning from Each Other: Anti-Oppression Readings & Resources

Colours of Resistance Archive – a collection of analysis and tools for liberatory organizing and movement-building

Going to places that scare me: Personal reflections on challenging male supremacy – Chris Crass

Trans Etiquette Handout – a single-sheet handout by Davey Shlasko

Trans Etiquette/Respect/Support 101 – Micah Bazant

White Privilege: Unpacking the Invisible Knapsack – Peggy McIntosh

Challenging White Supremacy Workshop – What is U.S. White Privilege?

Changing the Framework: Disability Justice – how our communities can move beyond access to wholeness – Mia Mingus

The Global Exchange Anti-Oppression Reader

Resources on Islamophobia

Safer Spaces Working Group – Occupy Wall Street

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