Tag Archive for ableism

Being Dismissive of People Who Don’t March (aka More Social Justice-y than You)

There’s a thing in social justice and activist communities that has now become a call-out culture thing that really bothers me. It’s the idea that if you’re not doing “X activist thing” that somehow you are not doing enough, or you don’t care about the subject of said activist thing, or that you are somehow […]

30 Days of Social Justice 18: Ableism/Accessibility #30daysofsocialjustice #amwriting

While there’s a lot I can say about ableism and accessibility in a general context, in this post I want to specifically talk to my fellow pagan clergy. Especially those of you who do public rituals. Yes, doing public rituals is awesome. I totally agree. Spiral dances are pretty cool, and having a friend who […]

30 Days of Writing about Social Justice. Who’s in? #amwriting #30daysofsocialjustice

Tuesday I’m going to start writing about this little list of social justice topics. I was inspired by the Month of Written Devotion (which I have now fixed to the proper link) and created 30 days (because 30 days have September). True, this isn’t everything and I know there could have been way more topics […]

TWIH Episode 40: Environmentalism for All of Us with Lupa GreenWolf

Lupa GreenWolf joins us in this episode to discuss alternate ways to be an environmentalist and how every little bit helps. How do we navigate the complexities of environmentalism and activism, particularly if someone is a city-dweller and rents their house or apartment? How do we acknowledge that sometimes people can’t do what other people […]

TWIH Ep 25: The Spirit of Justice (#blacklivesmatter) with Rev. Malcolm Byrd

This week on the show we are joined by Reverend Malcolm Byrd to talk about the impact of the systemic issues that leads to the events in Ferguson and New York City. We discuss how the internet has changed the face of social justice and has allowed more awareness of the broken-ness of the systems…