Feminist political engagement has historically taken many forms- from the polls to the streets – in the fight for social justice. Grassroots organizations and community organizers recognize the struggle for gender and racial justice often means working outside the bounds of existing institutions that perpetuate the marginalization of individuals, families, and their communities.
How do communities redefine political engagement and organize themselves to address the marginalization imposed by systems of power? What lessons can we learn from past and present autonomous organizing and social movements?
Edxie Betts, Black/Blackfoot/Filipina/Trans/Queer Liberation Artist and Autonomous Organizer
Roxanna (Rox) Curiel, Community Organizer
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