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This Reconciliation is for the Colonizer


Originally posted on indigenous motherhood:
This reconciliation is for the colonizer.? This settler-colonial reconciliation branded by the government is artificially sweetened with handshake photo-ops and small pockets of money buying out silence on real issues. The fad and conversation of…

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An Open letter to MPs on the UK Gender Recognition Act


Originally posted on Growing Up Transgender:
Dear MP, As a parent of a transgender child I wanted to write to you ahead of the upcoming review of the Gender Recognition Act, to emphasise the importance of care and respect in…

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Transgenre, attaqué et blessé à Bukavu, Congo, reste isolé


Originally posted on 76 Crimes en français:
Live Consolé Bahati à l’hôpital en 2016 (Photo d’ALCIS, publiée avec l’autorisation de M. Bahati) Un jeune militant transgenre — attaqué, blessé et conduit à l’hôpital en 2016 dans la province du Sud-Kivu…

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Cameroun: Un petit auditoire, un film LGBT important


Originally posted on 76 Crimes en français:
Carnaval dans le film “Tchinda” Par Erin Royal Brokovitch Samedi 22 Juillet 2016, était projeté à la salle de cinéma Canal Olympia de Bessengué à Douala le film “Tchindas” dans le cadre du…

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Xhercis Méndez: On diversifying Philosophy and decolonizing Feminism


Source: Xhercis Méndez: On diversifying Philosophy and decolonizing Feminism

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