Anti-Racism, Equity, and Accessibility Resources

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Our Commitment to Anti-Racism, Equity, and Accessibility

We are here to listen and learn.

At Creative Collective we have a commitment to amplifying the voices of marginalized and oppressed communities. As a white-led organization, it is our responsibility as allies to serve the communities around us by offering our platforms as a space to boost important ideas, events, and information.

Here are a list of resources for those who would like to learn more about Anti-Racism, Equity, and Accessibility.*

We are working from a place of a growth and welcome all feedback, so if there is anything you feel is missing or if you are an organization dedicated to these causes and would like to be included, please reach out to us.

* This page is geared towards allies. All social links are Instagram.

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A Note on Intersectionality

“We do not live single issue lives.”

— AUDRE LORDE (SHE/HER/HERS)

Intersectionality refers to the overlap between a person’s experiences, acknowledging that people are no one thing, but a combination of their identity alongside social and economic aspects. Some of these aspects include race, ability, gender, privilege, socioeconomic status, and education – but there are many more.

We would be remiss in making a list of Anti-Racism, Equity, and Accessibility resources without mentioning the broad intersections between these communities, because every individual has their own unique experiences. Follow the key to access resources that touch upon multiple aspects.

Intersectionality Key

  • ♿ Accessibility/Disability Justice
  • ✊🏿 Anti-Racism –Black-Centered
  • ✊🏽 Anti-Racism – POC/Latinx Centered
  • 🌸 Anti-Racism – Asian Centered
  • ⚖ Equity Focused
  • 🌈 Queer/LGBTQ+ Inclusive
  • 🌳 Land Reparations/Indigenous Solidarity
  • ✡️ Jewish Resources

Editor’s Note: We are working from a place of a growth and welcome all feedback on this section or any others.

Anti-Racism Resources

“The only way to undo racism is to consistently identify and describe it — and then dismantle it. ”

— IBRAM X. KENDI (HE/HIM/HIS)

 A black and white photo depicts signs at a Black Lives Matter protest. The primary sign reads “Black Lives Matter.”

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Equity and Inclusivity Resources

“When we identify where our privilege intersects with somebody else’s oppression, we’ll find our opportunities to make real change.”

— IJEOMA OLUO (SHE/HER/HERS)

 A Black person holds a small rainbow flag on a parade route. They have rainbow checked shorts and a grey t-shirt that says Pride. Behind them other people carry a large rainbow banner horizontal to the ground. Crowds look on behind them.

LGBTQ+ RESOURCES

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LAND REPARATIONS AND INDIGENOUS SOLIDARITY RESOURCES

 Mashpee Wampanoag tribe members of all ages and genders wear brightly colored traditional costumes with elaborate headdresses. They all smile for the camera.

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JEWISH RESOURCES

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Accessibility and Disability Justice Resources

““Nothing about us, without us.””

— ANONYMOUSImage Courtesy of Northeast Arc

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We are working from a place of a growth and welcome all feedback, so if there is anything you feel is missing or if you are an organization dedicated to these causes and would like to be included, please email our editor at joeyphoenix@creativecollectivema.com

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