Having been approached several times about utilizing my intellectual property for use in a classroom or workshop setting, I decided to add this offering on the site for those who are interested. I believe strongly in following the example of my teachers in setting a precedent that intellectual and emotional labor is labor. Also, I advocate for people of color, most specifically black non-men, to be adequately paid for our contributions to academia. As long as capitalism prevails and white people are paid to teach each other about a system of oppression that they benefit from, there should be no unpaid labor from black people in the realm of anti-racism.
Use of the “5 Steps to a Sincere Apology” Infograph & the complete “Oww,Ouch!: How to Apologize” essay for educational courses and workshops addressing everything from white supremacy and fragility to accountability and restorative/transformative justice.
Use of the “5 Steps to a Sincere Apology” Infograph for educational courses and workshops addressing everything from white supremacy and fragility to accountability and restorative/transformative justice.
Ria Moni is Killing Georgina, writing poetry and prose from an intersectional black feminist perspective, organizing and raising awareness from an anti-racist framework, holding space for and amplifying the lives and experiences of black women and femmes.
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