“The Secret Joy of Accountability: Mixed-Race -Gender -Class -Age Collaborations in Life and Liberation Work”

The Social Justice Institute and QGrad will host “The Secret Joy of Accountability: Mixed-Race -Gender -Class -Age Collaborations in Life and Liberation Work,” featuring veteran queer sex-positive activists Ignacio Rivera and Jamie Grant.

This event will be held Tuesday, Sept. 19, from 11:30 a.m. to 12:45 p.m. in Crawford Hall, Room A13.

Rivera and Grant will discuss their history of collaboration across differences that are often fault lines in culture and society.

They will address such questions as:

  • “How do we create accountable partnerships and grow accountable communities across race and gender differences in the midst of white supremacist, sexist and homophobic violence?”
  • “How do we address how racism, sexism, queer and transphobia, ageism, fatphobia and other systems of oppression that inequitably distribute resources and opportunities?”
  • “How do we take care of each other while fighting?”
  • “How do we take care of ourselves?”

Attendees should bring a lunch, but drinks and dessert will be provided. RSVP to socialjustice@case.edu.

Download the flier.

Learn more about upcoming Social Justice Institute events at case.edu/socialjustice/events/upcoming-events/.