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This Work isn't For Us — by Jemma Desai
This Work isn’t For Us is an ongoing study, initiated by Jemma Desai. Partly a critical appraisal of historic "diversity" initiatives, partly an alternative policy document, the study is also an embodied ethnography, assembling testimonies from arts workers navigating institutionally initiated gestures at "inclusion".
Petitions, places you can donate to, info on how to contact law officials and etc
Anti-tankie resources and notes
Modern use of the term “tankie” varies widely but tends to refer to those who white-wash or fully deny the crimes of both historical authoritarian-communist regimes and current tenuously socialist regimes. According to The Guardian, "tankie" is a term for Stalinists. The epithet has stuck because tankies also supported "sending the tanks in" in cases such as Czechoslovakia 1968 Prague revolt, Afghanistan 1979, Bosnia and Kosovo/a (in the case of the Serbian state), and so on (whereas the rest of the communist movement has gravitated towards anti-militarism). This document is a selection of trusted sources with information about socialism to make denialism, apologism and historical revisionism more difficult.
Cuseum: Coronavirus Preparedness Community Document | Ramon Cuseum Webinar
This document has been put together as an effort to allow all cultural organizations to share in the best practices that are being developed around preparedness for the impact of Coronavirus (COVID-19).
BIPOC-Authored Social Work Papers
The BIPOC-Authored Papers for Social Work database was created in an effort to amplify BIPOC voices and perspectives, and to increase the representation of BIPOC authors across social work curriculum. As faculty engage in critical analysis of their syllabi and curricula, the availability of BIPOC-authored materials is an essential element of dismantling the white supremacy embedded in social work and transforming social work education and practice.
Stopping the Coup: The 2020 Guide
We are at a moment in which many people have become so tired of the status quo that they have mobilized in the name of justice. From antiblack violence to pandemics, from environmental devastation to indigenous and queer and trans erasure, we’ve seen people stand up against injustice that affects all of us. We want to lift up the reality that by working together we can make change happen. We offer this guide as a resource to help with your efforts. This guide can be used beyond the election, offering resources from a broader movement mindset that are not just for this moment.
Shareable Anti-racism Resource Guide
This anti-racist resource guide was crafted amidst the anger of the latest black body turned hashtag #AhmaudArbery. It is consistently being updated to address the current climate of our country and the personal growth needed to sustain this life-long journey. Please note that this document was and will continue to be a group effort.
Justice in June
This resource was compiled by Autumn Gupta with Bryanna Wallace’s oversight for the purpose of providing a starting place for individuals trying to become better allies to the anti-racism efforts in the United States
One World Government AKA Globalism AKA The Great Reset
"The pandemic represents a rare but narrow window of opportunity to reflect, reimagine, and reset our world" - Professor Klaus Schwab of The World Economic Forum. What did he mean by this? And are politicians following its guidance?
Mental Health Coping Skills Masterlist
This is a masterlist of coping skills, which are things that you can do to non-destructively react and get through or make better an uncomfortable or painful mental or physical situation. Essentially, they are good skills to have in your toolbelt for life. They can be used for sadness, anger, stress, anxiety, and simply just not feeling good. Coping skills may not get rid of the feeling or situation, but they can help you better tolerate it or potentially alleviate the intensity.