Wednesday, April 9, 2008

Link Love, Link Loving

Two weeks worth:

The Greatest Silence: Rape in the Congo aired on HBO last night. What About Our Daughters? is advertising a conference call with the filmmakers and more information on that can be found at Enough Project. More here. And here.

If you don't know what is happening with Tibet, China and the Olympics--get on game.

Recognize (something I need to recognize more extensively myself): The struggle of immigrant women. (As a sidenote. Recognize: Plagirism is foul)

Teachers and those who work with young people--how to deal with this? (Tags: Baltimore, media, youth, woc, violence)

Recognize: This is funny. This is too: Thank you, white people.

And because of the above, and how it led to this, she calls a Carnival of Allies? I don't know if I could ever be that big of a person. Go ABW.

Alongside...a call for white feminists to please Get It and Get It while considering how their NOT getting it help makes state violence and youth violence possible. Pain of women of color who are tired of trying to get it for you = loss of incredible partners in the struggle

Senate is acknowledging the obvious--rape is a weapon of war.

Recognize: Blogging can be media justice. It is more than just a running stream-of-consciousness-this-is-what-i-did-today. Although it can be that too.

And if we don't love white women (or white women don't love us?) the way they should--we DEFINITELY don't love each other the way we should. Recognize: Woman of Color Mentoring.

AMC hopefuls (no, not the movie theatre). Send them real love in PayPal form.

Closing: Discussion from the Middle Passage Conversations on Black Religion In The African Diaspora @ Yale University last week. (Courtesy: Johonna)

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