There’s a lot of talk about intersectionality and how to do it. I’m particularly drawn to this article because it’s about centring an experience (which isn’t mine) and like my conclusions in 2016 that we need to redesign the suit (ie default male perspective) it’s time to consider redesigning the table if the table is white, middle-class European/colonial cultural defaults…. Creative Exchange Lab Mentoring by … Continue reading Just checking in – news from otherwhere
This is the latest post by my friend who has been chronicling his dealings with the DWP . Philip is very frank and some of what he writes about can be distressing. I share with him the conviction that one of the few ways people in his situation have of tackling a system that no longer prioritises the welfare of the people it’s designed to … Continue reading Not Being Me — Philip Green, Blogging & Writing.
I’ve got to know Philip since our activism in WEP has brought us into contact. He’s a fine, brave man, living with chronic pain, despite which he puts as much effort as he can into supporting his community. This post has taken nearly two weeks to write and a good few days for me to finally decide to post, partly because of my never quite … Continue reading Another Bloody Blog Post About Depression — Philip Green, Blogging & Writing.
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