The Network

for LGBT Tobacco Control

Accessibility, Sovereignty, and Liberation

These are things I’m thinking about a lot throughout this conference and in my community work back home. The day-long institute, Accessing Our Liberated Bodies, was really powerful for me on a personal and political level and helped to ground me in my life experiences of working toward justice and liberation.  Many thanks to the brilliance and great work of our fabulous facilitators, Lucia Leandro Gimeno, Lisa Weiner-Mahfuz, Coya Artichoker, Melissa Pope, and Paulina Hernandez as well as all the other folks connected to the Racial Justice Institutes, First Nations Collective, and Disability Justice Collective. I have a ton of respect for all of you, your vision and politics, your passion, and your fierce dedication to liberatory and transformative work.   #cc2010 #qnet

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February 6, 2010 - Posted by | Creating Change 2010

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