This 'zine was created in 2010 by NASCO's Inclusion Committee of the Education Board. The intention is to encourage dialogue in co-operatives and democratic organizations to continue thinking critically about inclusion and anti-oppression and to engage in regular dialogue and reflection. If you have questions, suggestions or would like this resource in a different format, contact Erin Hancock at email@example.com.
In this article, Tim Wise illustrates how white privilege operates in the U.S. and advocates for white people taking on responsibility & accountability for challenging white supremacy.
This table outlines eight types of oppression: Racism/White Supremacy, Sexism, Gender Oppression, Anti-Semitism, Religious Oppression, Heterosexism/Heterocentrism, Classism, Ableism, and Ageism.
It serves as a useful introduction to the forms that oppression takes in the U.S.
A handout on ways white people can counteract racism and be allies for people of color.
[Copyright 1994 by John Raible]
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Words that are frequently associated with various diversity topics. This list is designed to give all participants a clear understanding of how these words will be used during anti-oppression workshops.
A lists of books, websites, and other readings about anti-oppression action and related materials
Participants at 2007 Anti-Oppression Action Camp compiled this list of Action Steps.
This is the agenda from the 2007 Anti-Oppression Action Camp.
These notes came out of a discussion by participants at 2007 Anti-Oppression Action Camp on calling people out.