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A Space of Intersections By Emelyn dela Pena
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The purpose of this study was to explore the cultural dimensions of the UC San Diego Women’s Center and to understand how actual users engage in the space. In bringing together the elements of... More > safety, belonging, and social justice, the Women’s Center creates an environment that promotes the wellness of the community of activists who frequent the space, as well as the positive well-being of all its users. The Women’s Center expands Davie’s (2002) concept of a delicate balance between “binding wounds” and “changing the world,” creating a space in which the act of healing wounds facilitates the work of changing the world. In this way a new third space is created which rejects the dualism of the public/private divide and enacts innovative forms of feminism and activism.< Less
A Space of Intersections By Emelyn dela Pena
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The purpose of this study was to explore the cultural dimensions of the UC San Diego Women’s Center through the lens of Third Space Theory, and to understand how actual users engage in the... More > space. In bringing together the elements of safety, belonging, and social justice, the Women’s Center creates an environment that promotes the wellness of the community of activists who frequent the space, as well as the positive well-being of all its users. The Women’s Center expands Davie’s (2002) concept of a delicate balance between “binding wounds” and “changing the world,” creating a space in which the act of healing wounds facilitates the work of changing the world. In this way a new third space is created which rejects the dualism of the public/private divide and enacts innovative forms of feminism and activism.< Less
Intersectional Social Justice: The Movements, The Faces, The Solutions. By Eliza Dowd
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This book is a snapshot in time through oral history of where we are as a culture in terms of social justice and activism. Enjoy the journey through the personal stories of these 10 featured... More > activists, all of which who share their unfiltered passion in their activism. Through their experiences, we see these movements are extremely interconnected. They all are reaching for the same goal: human rights. This book highlights these 5 social movements: 1. Ending Mass Incarceration 2. #BlackLivesMatter and fighting racism 3. Dreamers and Immigrant Rights 4. LGBTQ+ Rights 5. #Metoo and ending rape culture There are additionally 2 feature sections on “Ending Ableism” and the recent “National Walkout Against Gun Violence”.< Less
Accessing the Future By Djibril al-Ayad & Kathryn Allan
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The fifteen authors and nine artists in this volume bring us beautiful, speculative stories of disability and mental illness in the future. Teeming with space pirates, battle robots, interstellar... More > travel and genetically engineered creatures, every story and image is a quality, crafted work of science fiction in its own right, as thrilling and fascinating as it is worthy and important. These are stories about people with disabilities in all of their complexity and diversity, that scream with passion and intensity. These are stories that refuse to go gently.< Less
Making Waves #2 By Making Waves
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A fanzine which explore the intersections of punk, feminism and womanhood.
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Engaging Helen Hacker By Heather McLaughlin & Kyle Green
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Engaging Helen Hacker: Collected Works and Reflections of a Feminist Pioneer brings together the life and work of a foundational feminist scholar and tireless social activist. This collection... More > combines reprints of Dr. Hacker’s writing from the 1950s through the 1990s, including several unpublished manuscripts, as well as biographical reflections that showcase her intellectual curiosity, personal grit, and commitment to marginalized groups. Moreover, Hacker’s continuous push for the study of new topics and for innovative ways of measuring social phenomena and understanding gender across institutions and intersecting identities helped lay the foundation for the work that followed over the next half century. Engaging Helen Hacker provides experts and non-experts alike the opportunity to revisit early writings on sex and gender, providing a renewed appreciation of the origins, evolution, and potential of feminist scholarship.< Less
Making Waves #3 By Making Waves
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A fanzine which explore the intersections of punk, feminism and womanhood. Issue #3 www.mwzine.tumblr.com www.rosavertov.net
Cultural Etiquette: A Guide for the Well-Intentioned By Amoja Three Rivers
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Amoja Three Rivers' "Cultural Etiquette: A Guide for the Well-Intentioned," originally published in 1990 and "slightly revised" in 1991, was intended as an antidote to the poison... More > of microaggressions committed by people of all racial and ethnic groups in writing and thinking about as well as speaking and interacting with Black/Indigenous/People of Color and Jewish people. This edition is authorized by the next-of-kin of the late Amoja Three Rivers and is published by the author's designated custodian of her writings. It preserves all of Three Rivers' words with only tiny changes in punctuation, spelling corrections and formatting.< Less
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