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It’s a well-worn path in human history. Non-traditional and marginalized communities attacked for their lifestyles and their individual choices… whether it’s based on sexual identity, gender or the quest for collective empowerment. So how do we challenge and overcome gender and sexual oppression?
Dr. Andrea Smith, of “INCITE! Women of Color Against Violence” co-founder, Loretta Ross, SisterSong founder, and Imani Henry, International Action Center staff organizer spoke at the U.S. Social Forum in Atlanta, Georgia this summer. They have some answers.
Suzanne Pharr, Southerners on New Ground founding member; Dr. Andrea Smith, “INCITE! Women of Color Against Violence” co-founder; Loretta Ross, Sister Song founder and National coordinator; Imani Henry, International Action Center staff organizer.
Senior Producer/Host: Tena Rubio
Associate Producer: Puck Lo
Interns: Samson Reiny and Joaquin Palomino
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INCITE! Women of Color Against Violence – Redmond, WA
International Action Center – New York, NY
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