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FB Cover - Gender Binary

Workshop Wednesday: The Gender Binary

This visual teaching tool is based on the knowledge I received from the work of multiple writers and groups, such as b. binaohan, bell hooks, Janet Mock, Jennifer Coates, Julia Serano, Michael Warner, the Asexual Visibility and Education Network (AVEN), and the Positive Space Initiative (PSI) of the Ontario Council of Agencies Serving Immigrants (OCASI). […]

I Am Not A Burden

Musings Monday: I Am Not A Burden

Content Warning: ableism, ED, chronic illness, mental illness Image Description: Black background with stylized yellow stars. In a greyish-white thought bubble are the words “I Am Not A Burden” in yellow. Beside the thought bubble in yellow text is the following: “5 TIPS AGAINST INTERNALIZED ABLEISM”. Below that in white text is “patreon.com/lukayo” and “lukayo.com”. […]

Capitalism&Colonialism

Workshop Wednesday: Systems That Spread Empire & Oppression

This poster is a visual tool for sighted folks that can be used in conjunction with The Taking Tree tool or separately as a way to explain how oppression based on Western empire has spread and continues to spread by capitalism, franchise colonialism, settler colonialism, and neo-colonialism. The purpose of this tool is to add […]

Accomplices and Allies - Small

Workshop Wednesday: Accomplices & Allies

The Accomplices & Allies poster/handout is a beginner’s visual tool for sighted folks that cover the basic concepts about using one’s privilege in a relationship to support the other person or people that don’t have those privileges. This article will include a full description of the poster, important links on the concept of accomplices, and […]

Oppression Triangle Small

Workshop Wednesday: The Oppression Triangle

[Image made using Canva. The poster is in colours of midnight-blue/indigo, mustard yellow, and lemon yellow. The top of the poster is yellow on blue, with the text “THE OPPRESSION TRIANGLE” and “Based off of Judith H. Katz’s framework in her book “White Awareness: Handbook for Anti-Racism Training” (1978)”. The middle part of the poster […]