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Video excerpt from SAL/UER workshop on racism at the Global Climate Action Summit

Draft Program on Climate Change, for your comments (updated March 5, 2019) (short version now available)

 

International Liberation and Commonality Reference Persons Tell About Their Work

 

Allies to Young People - Jenny Sazama

Black Liberation - Barbara Love

Catholics - Joanne Bray

Chicanos and Chicanas - Lorenzo Garcia

Chinese-Heritage People - Francie Chew

College and University Faculty -Ellie Brown

Educational Change - Marilyn Robb

Elders - Pam Geyer

Family Work - Chuck Esser

Japanese and Okinawan Heritage People - Jan Yoshiwara

Jews - Cherie Brown

Korean-Heritage People - Teresa Enrico

Lawyers - Marsha Hunter

LGBQT - Jeanne D'Arc

“Mental Health” Liberation - Janet Foner

"Mental Health" Workers - Jean Hamilton

Middle Class People - Seán Ruth

Musician's Liberation - Heather Hay

Native Americans - Marcie Rendon

Owning-Class People - Jo Saunders

Parents - Marya Axner

People of Puerto Rican Heritage - Maria Judith Colon Ramirez

People Who Were Raised Poor - Gwen Brown

People with Disabilities - Marcia Saxton

Pilipinos/as and Pacific Islanders - Teresa Enrico

South, Central, and West-Asian Heritage People - Azi Khalili

Union Activists - Joanie Parker

Visual Artists -Emily Feinstein

Wide World Change - Julian Weissglass

Women - Diane Balser

Working-Class People - Dan Nickerson

Young Adults - Emily Bloch

Young People - Mari Piggott

The above talks were give at a gathering in Boston, Massachusetts, USA, after the 2015 workshop for International Liberation and Commonality Reference Persons. Each person attending gave a three-minute description of her or his work, constituency, and perspectives on using RC in her or his particular circumstances. 


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