“We Keep Each Other Sustained: Interdependency, mutual-aid, and
community care” is a community discussion facilitated by Anti-Oppression
and Anti-Racism Educator, Organizer, and Moderator Timaaj Hassen;
Creative Arts Therapist and Co-Founder of the Black Healing Fund, Kat
Charles; Community Organizer and Mother of the House of Barbara, Elle
Barbara; and Writer, Organizer, and Facilitator, Harar Hall.
Birthed from a tweet by user, @haterscafe, reading: “Mutual Aid not as
activism but as the basis of our every day relationships.” This
conversation will be an expansion on how we as comrades, friends, and
community members show up for one another in relationships, families,
and larger communities; the ancestral practices of interdependency; and
the tangible ways we can demonstrate our politics outside of theory.
Grounded in abolitionist frameworks, the discussion is meant to
encourage community members to look beyond the state resources to
sustain each other.
Join us on Sunday October 3, 2021, at 4:00 PM, broadcasted live on OPIRG
Carleton’s Facebook and Youtube pages, Co-Sponsored by
- Event page: https://www.opirgcarleton.org/possiblefutures
- OPIRG Carleton Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/OPIRGCarleton
- OPIRG Carleton Youtube page: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCEaOMIiARFgA8FCgKJqtySA
Given the limited space available at the DIRA, we encourage you to either join us online, or to register on the event page in order to reserve a place