Links and Resources
- Ancestral Voices
Ancestral Voices is an Educational Initiative documenting and disseminating research-based knowledge about African cosmologies & spiritual philosophies for over a decade, producing a wide range of educational materials including documentaries, books and courses.
African | African and Diaspora Spirituality | African Diaspora | Cultural Activism | History | Informative Video
- Berkeley South Asian Radical History Walking Tour – Berkeley South Asian Radical History Walking Tour
Discover a century of South Asian American activist history on the streets of Berkeley, California!
Cultural Activism | History | Travel | United States
- Crowdfunding to feed 1000 families in the worst affected parts of Sri Lanka on JustGiving
In partnership with Hemas Outreach Foundation (HOF), a government registered charitable trust focusing on early childhood care and development in disadvantaged communities of the country, Hoppers is proud to launch our ‘Feeding the Future’ project.
Cultural Activism | Sri Lanka
- Final Report | MMIWG
A national inquiry examining and reporting on the systemic causes of all forms of violence against Indigenous women and girls, including sexual violence.
Canada | Cultural Activism | Maizeland | United States
- Gilakas’la, Welcome to Living Tradition | Living Tradition, The Kwakwaka’wakw Potlatch on the Northwest Coast
“We are the Kwakwaka'wakw, the Kwak´wala-speaking people. We are eighteen tribes whose territory reaches from northern Vancouver Island southeast to the middle of the island, and includes smaller islands and inlets of Smith Sound, Queen Charlotte Strait, and Johnstone Strait.” — Barb Cranmer, ‘Namgis Nation
Canada | Cultural Activism | Cultural Sites | History | Indigenous Maizeland | Maizeland | Photos
- Indian Residential School Survivors Society
A provincial organization with a 20-year history of providing services to Indian residential school survivors.
The Indian Residential School Survivors Society began in 1994 as a working committee of the First Nations Summit. We were known as the Residential School Project, housed out of and as a part of the BC First Nations Summit. Our work was primarily to assist Survivors with the litigation process pertaining to Residential School abuses. In more recent years our work has expanded to include assisting the descendants of Survivors and implementing Community education measures (Indigenous & Non-Indigenous).
Canada | Cultural Activism | Maizeland | Social and Political Issues | United States
openly is a global digital platform delivering fair, accurate and impartial lgbt news to a world that isn’t.
Cultural Activism | LGBTQIA+ | News
- The Decolonial Atlas
The Decolonial Atlas is a growing collection of maps which, in some way, help us to challenge our relationships with the land, people, and state. It’s based on the premise that cartography is not as objective as we’re made to believe.
Accurate Cartography | Cultural Activism | History | Projects and Important Works | Visual Art
- The Happily Natural Day : Happily Natural
Happily Natural Day is about loving ourselves as African people, and changing our community as a result of that love.
Aesthetics as Activism | African and Diaspora Spirituality | African Diaspora | Cultural Activism | Health and Wellness | Maizeland | Style and Fashion | United States | Yearly Events and Festivals
- Working Class History
History isn't made by kings and politicians, it is made by us.
History is not made by the actions of a few rich and powerful individuals, like so much of the history we learn in school. History is made by the combined everyday actions of hundreds of millions of us: women, men, youth, people of colour, migrants, Indigenous people, LGBT+ people, disabled people, workers, older people, the unemployed, housewives – the working class.
It is our struggles which have shaped our world, and any improvement in our conditions has been won by years of often violent conflict and sacrifice.
Cultural Activism | Social and Political Issues | Workers' Rights
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