In this essay, I reflect on my experiences as an activist of color in a white-led, Western-focused animal liberation movement. My critical essay gives insight into the limitations of white-focused spaces through reflections on my Indian roots and their influence on his activist work and emphasizes the importance of funding and supporting activist leaders of the global south. A crucial read for white activists looking to center antiracism and make space for people of color in their work, this series is a collaboration between Our Hen House, Encompass, and Sentient Media. You can read the essay here.
https://unnypn.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/08/IG-Encompass-Essays.png 1080 1080 unny https://firstname.lastname@example.org unny2020-08-18 21:30:342020-08-18 21:31:31How My Cultural Identity Informs My Animal Advocacy