Session Type(s): Training
Training Tag(s): Operations
Starts: Saturday, Aug. 20 3:15 PM (Eastern)
Ends: Saturday, Aug. 20 4:15 PM (Eastern)
Understanding how anti-Blackness impacts political strategy and political discourse—and how it shapes our current socio-political moment—is critical. Join us for a workshop exploring what anti-Blackness is and how it is different from racism. We’ll identify ways anti-Blackness has been institutionalized both historically and contemporarily, as well as steps you can take to unlearn and combat it. You’ll leave with a robust understanding of how various systems of oppression intersect with one another to create, uphold and perpetuate anti-Blackness.
Karlyn Bradley (They/Them) is a Black, Fat, Queer, Femme, with degrees in Political Science and Gender and Women’s Studies from the University of Arizona and uses They/Them pronouns. Karlyn is a scholar, theorist, community organizer, artist and educator. They have been able to use and expand their knowledge of Intersectional Feminist Theory to create programming that educates and empowers folks around topics of Race, Gender, Sexual Orientation and Power Dynamics. Their studies in Political Science and Gender and Women’s Studies at The University of Arizona, have also shaped and influenced their ability to understand, critique and analyze policy through a critical race feminist lense. When they are not doing Community work Karlyn likes to hang out with their friends, eating and cooking a good meal, watching movies. They also like to work on their Podcasts Beneath The Surface. Writing poetry, drawing, living their dream as an Amateur Top Model and watching Scandal. Karlyn is Southern California born currently residing in Tucson, Arizona which is the ancestral lands of the Tohono O’Odham and Pascua Yaqui People.