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May 27, 2021 at 3.00pm – 4.30pm

Online Teach-in

The Power of Community-Generated Research in our Work for Justice

Join Haymarket Books and a coalition of partners for a discussion of the power of community-led research, education, & knowledge creation.

Online Teach-in

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Thursday, May 27th, 3:00 PM ET / 8:00 PM BST

We hope you can join us for a panel discussion with speakers and groups whose deep commitment to work grounded in community, in liberatory processes, and in challenging injustice at its core, are deeply inspiring and so relevant for this moment. Speakers will share their wisdom, experience, and analysis as we think together about the ways that our work for justice is strengthened and deepened by truly embodying a commitment to community-rooted and community-generated processes --and what that looks like in practice.

***Register through Eventbrite to receive a link to the video conference on the day of the event, and to receive email updates about this and other events. This event will also be recorded and have live captioning.***

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About the groups:

Makan is a Palestinian-led educational organization based in the UK. Through its knowledge and capacity-building programs, Makan strengthens voices calling for Palestinian rights across the grassroots and advocacy sphere.

Justice For Muslims Collective is a grassroots organization that works to dismantle structural and institutionalized forms of Islamophobia in the greater Washington region through political consciousness and narrative shifting, community organizing and healing justice, and building alliances.

Confronting white supremacy, hegemonic masculinity, heteronormativity, & colonial heritages, the Democratizing Knowledge Project focuses on producing transformative knowledges & collectivities that result in inclusive publics in higher education. Feminist Freedom Warriors (FFW) is a first of its kind digital video archive that uses oral history to document the lives & work of feminist scholar-activists of the later 20th century to today.

PARCEO is a resource and education center, rooted in principles of Participatory Action Research, that partners with community groups & institutions seeking to deepen their work for justice.

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Speakers:

Tamara Ben-Halim, co-founder and co-director, Makan

Darakshan Raja, co-director, Justice for Muslims Collective

Chandra Talpade Mohanty and Linda Carty, co-founders Democratizing Knowledge & Feminist Freedom Warriors

Nina Mehta, co-director, PARECO (Moderator)