Reflections on ‘Beyond the Breakthrough’ and Social Justice/Anti-Oppression Work

I went to the National Sexual Assault Conference in August wondering if it’s really possible to do transformative anti-oppression work from within mainstream anti-violence organization. My colleague and friend, E Bjorkman, and I had a lot of thoughts on doing social justice and anti-oppression work in our organization, the New York State Coalition Against Sexual Assault. Read more on NYSCASA’s blog.

Published by Chelsea R. Miller

I am a public historian based in Saratoga Springs, NY. I’m interested in the stories that we tell about the past, and what those stories mean for us today. I work with books and I spend most of my free time with dogs.

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