Thinking through solidarity organizing, with an eye to how we can better live the change, as well as how we often slip in to colonial patterns when working together across distance and difference.
Jan 31, 2011
Inspired by the Egyptians and the Tunisians to hit the streets for some justice? Maybe what you're feeling is not solidarity but - political empathy? As in, we too have corrupt leaders who take all the money? Hmm. Very interesting argument made by Gaston Gordillo in this great blog post, where he also talks about the concept of resonance. I'm still chewing on how they relate to solidarity, but I'm intrigued. See algo his great review of the geography of the uprisings of the multitude across the globe in the last ten years here.
(Photo is of a women's protest held today in Cairo against killings of protesters. The women in black strategy continues to travel, photo by Miguel Medina)
Subscribe to: Post Comments (Atom)
My I suggest a further resources to learn more about empathy and compassion.
The Center for Building a Culture of Empathy
The Culture of Empathy website is the largest internet portal for resources and information about the values of empathy and compassion. It contains articles, conferences, definitions, experts, history, interviews, videos, science and much more about empathy and compassion.
Let's Find 1 Million People Who Want to Build a Culture of Empathy and Compassion
Post a Comment