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Troubleshoot Tuesday: The Place of Rage Pt 3

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Troubleshoot Tuesday: The Place of Rage

Image Description: A cellphone with a giant angry emoji/emoticon on the screen, lying on top of a wooden surface. Transcript:  Mabuhay! This Troubleshoot Tuesday, I’m going to briefly talk about what Katherine Cross writes as “call-out culture, purity politics, and the veneration of rage in activist circles” (the link to her article in Feministing is […]

Triggered

Troubleshoot Tuesday: When Participants Get Triggered

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The Other Place Derailment

Troubleshoot Tuesday: 3 Tips on Dealing with “The Other Place” Derailment in a North American Context

There you are, a facilitator in Canada or the United States, sitting in a circle or at the front of a classroom, explaining the history of oppression and colonialism, or why racism and white supremacy is basically synonymous, when someone raises their hand– or often times straight up interrupts you: “But what about China’s history […]