How to NOT Call the kkkops (& the kkkorts) EVER workshop

Tiny - Posted on 02 October 2016

Sat, 01/14/2017 - 3:00pm - 6:00pm

How to NOT Call the kkkops (& the kkkorts) EVER workshop - featuring the poor, unhoused, disabled, Black, Brown,Indigenous,elder and youth leaders, artists, cultural workers of POOR Magazine/Prensa POBRE,PoorNewsNetwork(PNN)/Homefulness who have practiced this concept for 20 years, even throughout their own collective traumas, colonization, gentriFUKation, family violence, eviction, incarceration, displacement, betrayal AND the attempted take-down of the landless peoples movement called Homefulness.

Walking this walk among a poor and indigneous peoples-led movement means facing our demons ALL THE TIME.. because we all come out of collective trauma experiences of racism, wite supremacy, ablism, family violence, false borders,eviction, houselessness, criminalization, elder/child abuse, sexual violence, rape, incarceration, poLICE violence genderism, hate crimes and so much more

This workshop wiill include and launch an ongoing teaching on poor peoples/traumatized peoples accountability, how to redefine a western wite supremacist notion of security and hold each other through trauma and into a true definition of inter-dependent safety.

The workshop will feature extended family members and family elders from the Idriss Stelley Foundation (ISF), Krip Hop Nation Sogorea Te Land Trust and POOR Magazine's family elder council, elephant council ( where decisions are made) and revolutioanry building circle at Homefulness, food and much more.

An important reminder to please come scent-free.. No smoking near the venue (and again, please avoid having smoke/fragrance on your clothing!) Scented audience members will be directed to a scented section. Spread the news.

Please email to register in this herstory -making workshop


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