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Thu, Oct 28



SPP Intersectional Anti-Racism & Sex Positivity: Navigating in Play Spaces

Where do anti-racism and sex positivity intersect?

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SPP Intersectional Anti-Racism & Sex Positivity: Navigating in Play Spaces
SPP Intersectional Anti-Racism & Sex Positivity: Navigating in Play Spaces

Time & Location

Oct 28, 2021, 6:00 PM – 8:30 PM PDT



About the Event

This anti-racism class helps folks think about the many power dynamics that affect us when we interact in a community. It’s a good space for beginners who are eager to learn. We’ll think about our many identities and how they shape our expertise, and the areas where we need to learn and grow. We’ll spend some time talking about the inevitable mistakes we make and the ways we hurt each other, and walk through the protocol we’ll use for those hard times when we’ve done things that don’t align with our values. We’ll center race while also addressing intersectionality; and encourage folks to work on perspective-taking from our privileges as well as our oppressions.  

DATE/TIME:  Thursday, Oct 28, 6:00pm - 8:30pm PST

COST:  THIS CLASS IS A SLIDING SCALE FROM $0-15 If you can pay the full $15 please do so to help us build our community and enable everyone to pay what they can. Zoom link will be sent to those who RSVP.


Jimena Alvarado has been teaching social justice professionally since 2009. She is a tenured professor at Portland Community College, and earned a PhD in Community Psychology and a Master's in Women's Studies. She specializes in conversational learning and her curriculum focuses on getting comfortable with learning from the social justice mistakes that we all make. She regularly provides training to organizations on incorporating intersectionality and anti-racism work into their everyday processes. More of her materials can be found at her educational site:


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