Tag Archives: Justice

The 5 Multicultural Things We Learnt About Mel B

Welcome. Let’s go into The 5 Multicultural Things We Learnt from Mel B. NUMBER ONE: Optimistic Melanie Janine Brown was born on May 29th, 1975 and grew up in a mix-heritage household in Leeds, England.# with her mother, Andrea Dixon, is white British, whilst her father, Martin Brown, is from Saint Kitts and Nevis, a… Read More »

9/11: The forgotten heroes of Ground Zero | DW Documentary

Twenty years after 9/11, clean-up workers are fighting for recognition. Jorge Roldan is one of them. Twenty years on, there are still unsung heroes of 9/11. Many of the workers who cleared up after the attack on the World Trade Center were undocumented immigrants and their contributions remain unrecognized. Jorge Roldan hopes to change that.… Read More »

PTSD disability – starting compensation application process – sexual abuse trauma – ACC in NZ

My name is Xanthe Wyse. Diagnosed bipolar 1 disorder & post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Not dissociating as badly in this video as recent videos. My psychologist said my head and upper body move less, my eyes glaze over and I look down when dissociating. Also more hypervigilant and sensitive to triggers when in a freeze… Read More »

Intense processing anger, PTSD. Rape, sexual assault, sexual abuse, sexual violence.

My name is Xanthe Wyse. Diagnosed bipolar disorder, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). This video is intense. I cut up a sculpture I made while I processed as I didn’t fully express the emotion of anger as emotion (intense emotions is one of my biggest triggers, usually triggering a shut down). Doing something symbolic while I… Read More »

Immigration Sanctuary In Support of US Immigrants, Khalilah Sabra,MASCON2018

Immigration Sanctuary In Support of US Immigrants, Khalilah Sabra,MASCON2018 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ 💖The goal of a sanctuary is to unlock the chains that hold children separated from their parents, disconnected from mainstream American society and cut off from the resources it has to offer. How can we empower immigrant communities and be their source of sanctuary? 💖The… Read More »

My Warrior Sister ~ Karen's Full Length Spotlight

I AM Presents… MY WARRIOR SISTER ~ KAREN! Here at I AM, it is important that we choose and shape our own narrative as well as empower others to do the same. By “we,” I AM is referring to those who have been impacted by mass incarceration. Through the My Warrior Sister project, we are… Read More »