Alysia Mann Carey (they/she) was birthed from the sweet and saltwater crossings of Harbour Island, Bahamas and Madison, WI. Born and raised with her 4 younger siblings and many cousins in Madison, Alysia played many afternoons with the Gingko tree her grandfather...
A Reflection & Practice by Ámate Perez I want to share my journey in supporting the rematriation work that is taking place in Point Reyes, the place I live. As we all know, Indigenous people have been caring for their homelands for time immemorial and unless we...
As June winds down and we reflect on Queer Liberation and its deep impact across movements, we acknowledge the growing resistance and violence against queer and trans communities across the globe right now. Here in the US, anti-queer and trans hate from right-wing...
We hope this summer has given you some space for grounding and restoration despite all the challenges our communities face. We invite you to join us in community around issues of justice and liberation by learning how to make impact towards racial equity. Our Fall webinar series Decolonizing Our Futures starts in September!
We hope you are findings ways to ground and center during these troubling times we live.
As we face devastating impacts for women’s bodies and autonomy and continue to reel from gun violence it is more important then ever that we ground as a community.
As we celebrate Children’s Day/el Dia del Niño/a, La Caravana por los Niños campaign continues to shine light on forced family separation in the U.S. In February 2021, President Biden ordered the establishment of the President’s Interagency Task Force on the...
We have joined forces with a collective of organizations to uplift the voices of the children and ask the Biden-Harris administration to #UncageReUnifyHeal those still being held.
Saludos LREP Community,
As we end February, the symbolic month for celebrating Black history, we understand that only symbolically celebrating and acknowledging Black people only impacts racial equity if it also includes consistent and intentional action throughout the year.
We really wanted to look at how anti-Blackness and Native erasure is impacting the ways that Latinx people see each other.
While we are happy for the updated company missions that now include support and acknowledgement for “Black Lives Mattering”, we cannot overlook the fact that many of the people who are directly implicated in those statements are not actually receiving anything other than symbolic support.