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About me

Location Denver, Colorado, United States
Introduction Being an ally is a life journey. For me it means continually learning to put aside my priviledge, ego and defensiveness in order to really listen, share, act and support; in other words be an ally, not a boss or an adviser, not a know-it-all or inflexible. ---- Allyship means thinking things through, attempting to prevent my own mistakes and learning from the ones I make. ---- Being an ally isn't limited to immigrant rights or one particular cause. Oppression knows no boundaries and all forms of it intersect. ---- Allyship means supporting other allies by challenging them and by accepting their challenges of me. ---- Most of all, being an ally means two things: 1) challenging and educating my own community and 2) being present, being there when another community wants allies to be.
Interests Human Rights, Worker Rights, Anti-racism, Future of My Country, Marching, Protesting, Writing Letters, Phoning, Talking with People
Favorite Music Anything Irish, Los Jornaleros Del Norte, Ozomatli, Protest Songs, Ani Di Franco, Talib Kweli, Conjunto Colores, Sue Foley, Pink Floyd