Anti-Oppression

PDF documents coming soon . . .

  • Organizing for Power, Organizing for Change – Anti-Oppression Resources & Exercises
    This website, developed by trainer and community organizer Lisa Fithian, provides anti-oppression and other resources for people working toward a more just and peaceful world.
    http://organizingforpower.org/anti-oppression-resources-exercises
  • I, Racist [PDF]
    The root cause of sexual violence and other forms of violence is oppression. Violence cannot be alleviated without addressing all types of oppression, including racism. This article, written by John Metta and published in The Huffington Post, explains one of the reasons why addressing racism in the United States is so difficult.
  • Is Racism Over Yet?
    Healthy sexuality video blogger, Laci Green, provides a succinct overview of systemic racism in the United States.  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h_hx30zOi9I
  • #BlackLivesMatter: 5 Tips & 25 Questions for Nonprofit & Public Organizations [PDF]
    Written by Laurin Mayeno, this post describes how non-profit and public organizations can address anti-Black racism and support the #BlackLivesMatter movement.
  • How Black People Can Emotionally Protect Themselves in the Age of #BlackLivesMatter [PDF]
    Written by Karen Attiah and published in The Washington Post, this article contains self-care tips for black people feeling overwhelmed by the racial violence portrayed on the news and in digital feeds.