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The Politics of Disposability: On Cancel Culture and Accountability (pre-recorded)

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Society is going through a profound correction. We now live in a society where we are being required to be more mindful and more responsible of our behaviors and actions. To people relegated to the margins, this is a good thing. But the unintended consequence of this is that everyone is afraid of being disposed of and making mistakes. How do we become more ethical people who do not throw each other away in a society that has socialized us to do otherwise? We will explore this topic through a Black Feminist lens. ABOUT THE PRESENTER Lutze Segu is a first generation Haitian-American queer Black feminist who is a citizen of Miami which is the home of the Seminole, Miccosukee, and Tequesta First Nations. She is a social justice doula, content creator, anti-racist educator, social worker, and your favorite Black feminist thinker. Lutze is currently a doctoral candidate at the University of British Columbia studying Race, Gender, Sexuality, & Social Justice. IMPORTANT DETAILS This product is a pre-recorded, 1-hour webinar. You will receive a link to view the video in your email receipt. You are purchasing access to this recording through October 31, 2022.


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