This two-sided interactive journal process of healing is as double-edged and complicated as the pain that we transform into beauty. Ideal for you, a friend in need, community healing gatherings, support groups, therapy sessions etc. Email email@example.com to find out how you can get pre-assembled blue copies with a donation to UBUNTU-a women of color and survivor led coalition committed to ending violence.
An interactive worksheet exploring progress, freedom, segregation, dreams, genocide, colonization, policing, space, gentrification etc. especially appropriate for MLK day (and every other day)! Dowload it here
and write us at firstname.lastname@example.org to tell us how it went!
I Be Who I Be is an interactive journal of self-affirming love notes created in collaboration with UBUNTU Arts. After a successful debut at the WD Hill center's Community Day on September 23rd, (see impulsiveacts.blogspot.com for the workshop agenda), our second printing for the Phoenix Fest black heritage festival and the Durham LGBTQ Pride Festival has also completley dissappeared. If you'd like to use this tool in your community email email@example.com and we'll hook it up! Or better yet...write a love note to yourself and share it with all of us!
order "emergency broadcast": a workbook of interactive exersizes for young people
or "emergency": a critical coloring book about race, gender and freedom
email firstname.lastname@example.org with the great use that you'll be putting it to and download it here
(all power to the people! more power to the youth!)
Because we deserve to be wherever we are. This sticker is a message towards critical mass. Black girls taking over.
Because we can be cute while pointing out the constant violence of a racist, sexist, classist, homophobic, gender-normative world.
We are only at risk because this oppressive system thinks we're dangerous. So risk everything! Where you at?
Was this built with slave labor? Does this depend on sweatshop labor. Were these resources garnered during a colonial takeover? What isn't stolen?
If you want to shake up the status quo by sticking these labels in choice places all over your community dowload them here
So far I've helped community groups, academic conferences, anarchists of color, student leaders and random strangers brought together for all kinds of reasons create about a dozen brilliant sponataneous publications. This workshop agenda is designed to facilitate groups to create spontaneous publications in one hour! Email email@example.com and I'll email you the full agenda. Ask about the other workshops in the "impulsive activism" series and check out impulsiveacts.blogspot.com for sample agendas.
This is an interactive poetry publication inspired by Audre Lorde's resistance poem "Need: A Chorale for Black Woman Voices". Lorde wrote this poem after 12 black women were murdered within 4 months in Boston. Along with the publication you'll get a toolkit for a set of workshops that will empower you to create productive dialogue about important issues that your community is silent about.
Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org about your work and consider making a donation to UBUNTU (www.i am beacauseweare.wordpress.com) a woman of color, survivor led group committed to a world without gendered violence.
If you don't know that black women rule the world...act like you know.
5 bucks plus shipping. email@example.com