Anjelica Enaje (amenaje): {Maria Clara Speaks} This Is What Decolonization Looks Like

Decolonization is a messy desk, and that can be taken literally or metaphorically. — amenaje, 06/18/2020 My decolonization process began in late 2014, in my second-to-last semester of college (undergraduate studies). The term “decolonization” did not enter into my vocabulary yet, but its intense presence was felt at the time. It was from reading Carlos … Continue reading Anjelica Enaje (amenaje): {Maria Clara Speaks} This Is What Decolonization Looks Like

Lisa Factora-Borchers: On anti-racist work

As a facilitator and activist, part of anti-racist work is being able to transform anti-Black sentiment with folx who swear they are “not racist.” Racialized perspective relies heavily on implicit bias, meaning: you may not even be conscious that your thought patterns are prejudicial and/or discriminatory toward others. Lately, I’ve found myself offering countless resources … Continue reading Lisa Factora-Borchers: On anti-racist work