The Decolonial Feminist Collective

Episode Summary

Jalessah Jackson - educator, organizer, and founding members of the Decolonial Feminist Collective - discusses feminist solidarities forged by mutual commitments, as opposed to principles of sameness.

Episode Notes

In this conversation from March 2022,  reproductive justice practitioner, organizer, researcher, and educator Jalessah Jackson speaks about decolonial feminism, a framework that forges material feminist solidarities through an examination of the relationship between gender and colonialism. We discuss the origins of this intellectual and organizing framework, its relationship to bourgeois and carceral feminisms, material international solidarity work, and the role of scholar-activism. Get into it!


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