Join in for a conversation with leading Atlanta-based organizers about the deep, intersectional, and transformative struggle for Black liberation. Much of the organizing that has made the current rebellion and political moment possible goes unseen. People often think that protests and marches define organizing. However, so much of what Black organizers do involves more mundane work. This behind the scenes work is also gendered, racialized and classed labor that many Black queer, trans, non-binary and disabled femmes perform. This conversation will answer questions like Why is this organizing work important? How is it beautiful? How do we elevate/celebrate it? And how do we invite people into this beautiful work?
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