Tag: liberation

Book Recommendation

Book: Learning Whiteness – Arathi Sriprakash, Jessica Gerrard & Sophie Rudolph

What is this book about? The process of learning and internalising whiteness with a focus on how this educational project works in a settler colonial state such as Australia, including

Black and white people walking in desert. Migration

Economic Migration and Disenfranchised Processes, an Exorcism Exercise

By: Lucia Sarmiento Verano I have his mouth. And his nose. I did not inherit my mom’s and grandma’s tiny, perfectly shaped along racist and Eurocentric standards, almost Germanic, highly

old looking wooden podium

The Abyssal Line and the Articulation of Oppressions

By: Lucia Sarmiento Verano DISCLAIMER: This article’s aim is to present a particular perspective on different types of oppression and struggles as explained by certain decolonial & feminist thinkers. We

Epistemic Justice: Therapy as a Liberatory Practice

By: Lucia Sarmiento Verano Can Therapy help us fight against Epistemic Injustice? I keep coming back to writing about perspectives different than the White European middle class one. I am

Deserved shame and the white anti-racist

By: Lucia Sarmiento Verano “Accompaniment (and therapeutic work with someone from a more marginalised group), as well as allyship and engaging in social justice struggles as a privileged person needs