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Dred Feminist Rant #8.5 -- Black Men Against Rape?

Brothers disclosing when they've been sexually assaulted is an unintended, but welcome, consequence of the #METOO campaign. In the 1970s, at the D.C. Rape Crisis Center, we counseled many African American men and boys who had been sexually assaulted by other men and boys. Prisoners Against Rape was started because the men who raped women outside of prisons, raped men inside. That was when i first heard Black men began speaking out against their own sexual injustices, but only rarely is the conversation broadened so that more brothers participate. I believe homophobia and transphobia prohibits more men and boys from speaking out. Where's the Black Men Against Rape movement?

Ritualizing Social Justice -- December 17, 2017

Dred Feminist Rant #9: Ritualizing Social Justice

I just left yet another meeting that was supposed to be about envisioning what the future could look like for the social justice movement to plan a series of programs to address some pressing issues of the day. Things like white supremacy, the destruction of democracy, Black Lives Matter, the #MeToo hashtag, the attacks on immigrants, the transfer of wealth to the 1%, the new Poor People‚Äôs Campaign. You know, those things I expect are important to human rights activists in the U.
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