I wish I could have been there. But I am in Bolivia – producing music – which I hope will inspire a change.
#lovearmy #imanastywomen Fuel me (…) I cannot survive on righteous anger alone (…) Our approach to freedom need not be identical but it must be intersectional and inclusive. It must extend beyond ourselves. (…) Collective liberation and solidarity is difficult work it is work that will find us struggling together and struggling with one another. Just because we are oppressed does not mean that we ourselves do not fall victim to enacting the same unconscious policing shaming and erasing. We must return to one another with greater accountability and commitment to the work today. (…) A movement is so much more than a march, a movement is that difficult space between our reality and our vision. Our liberation depends on all of us. All of us returning to our homes and using this experience and all of the experiences that have shaped us – to act – to organize to resist. – Janet Mock