Resist the Right: Cultivate Radical, Inclusive, Intersectional Power

We are resisting, and we have been resisting. While we have worked to actualize a vision of collective liberation, where struggles for LGBTQ rights, racial justice, indigenous sovereignty, disability justice, prison abolition, immigrant rights, and abortion access are understood to be fundamentally linked, the Right has attempted to—sometimes successfully—drive wedges into the borders of our communities, fragmenting our movements and our beings. But when the Right tried to divide us with “All Lives Matter," we responded with more diverse voices asserting that “Black Lives Matter." Panelists will describe how their queer, black, immigrant, digital, and indigenous communities are building intersectional power that cannot be divided.


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