Collaboration with WILLIE MAE ROCK CAMP FOR GIRLS
This workshop seeks to unpack what it means to stand in solidarity with people of color down your block and beyond colonial borders. The framework that we use is one that looks at our own bodies as transnational spaces that we bring to other spaces outside of our own. We carry resilient pieces of our lands, our ancestors, and our traditions within us. We believe solidarity to be the practice required for the liberation of ourselves and Mother Earth- within this may we find our collective and individual healing.
Some questions we will be interrogating are:
How do we create sustainable spaces of solidarity locally?
How do we use this globally and beyond one time donations, marches, and protests?
Who is left out of these spaces? Who is coming through? Who owns these spaces?
How does this space change depending on location? Settler/Occupied lands and our
perpetuation of colonialism even as POC.
$25 Tickets: http://williemaerockcamp.org/program/workshops/