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The Harm of Performative Activism

Hi everyone, my name is Annelise Fleming and I am the intern for FCCAN this semester. I am excited to write for TimePeace. I’ve never written for a blog before but here it goes. This past summer we saw a … Continue reading

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A tribute to María Lugones

By: Shirley Man-Kin María Lugones passed away on July 14th, 2020 early in the morning. Her writings and work taught me, and so many others, how to think and be in resistance, how to dwell in coalition, and every important … Continue reading

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Protect our Mobile Home Parks – Write City Council Today! / Proteja nuestros parques de casas móviles: ¡escriba hoy al Ayuntamiento!

~Sigue en español City Council is holding a first reading/vote on mobile home zoning tomorrow (Tuesday). Two options have been proposed. Option A would create strict protections for mobile home parks so that they cannot be developed for other uses and residents … Continue reading

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Healing Justice Offerings: QTBIPOC Meditation Space

“Without community, there is no liberation.” – Audre Lorde Dear community, However you are choosing to engage in the uprising to defend Black Indigenous lives and defund the police in the movements to abolish all forms of state-sanctioned brutality – remember that … Continue reading

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“Cis gay white men aren’t anything but white men with a sprinkle of sugar”– White Supremacy at Pride, Queer History Erasure, and Black Lives Matter (Amir Khadar, 2017)

By Samuel Murray As more violent Black murders are being shown via the media, and as more Indigenous and brown folx go missing without any coverage it is vital that we all examine our whiteness and what it means to … Continue reading

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