Liberation and Equity

Liberation and Equity

Systemic oppressions, including oppression based on race, gender, and class, impact us all – from how we show up to how we interact with others. In order to effectively collaborate and move our work forward, we need to be able to identify and understand the oppressions that hold us back and find ways to break free. At Move to End Violence, we do a deep dive into understanding these systems of oppressions and, through ongoing work and practice, explore liberating practices.

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