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    Using Play for Everyday Activism | Mattie Brice | TEDxMiddlebury

    Mattie Brice speaks on how video games can be used in new ways to facilitate everyday activism. Mattie Brice is a play and games artist, critic, and educator. Starting from media criticism centered around cultural and literary theories, she grappled with the video game and wider tech industry‚Äôs problems with diversity, from representation of marginalized […] More

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    Everyday activism in Middle England // #EveryDayActivism

    Being an activist doesn’t always mean being confrontational or militant – often it can be as simple and easy as finding out some new information or asking a question to make someone think beyond their social conditioning. // ME ON THE INTERNET Previous Vegan video: IN BED WITH… MANGO MAN w/ outtakes – Previous Menstrual […] More

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    Disobedient Dress: Fashion as Everyday Activism | Dr Christine Shaw-Checinska | TEDxEastEnd

    Dr Christine Shaw-Checinska sees fashion as a way of pushing back against stereotypes and resisting limitations based on negative readings of racial, cultural and gendered difference – her gold dance shoes are her act of disobedience and in this talk she encourages us all to find our own. Looking at the relationship between cloth, culture […] More

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    Everyday Activism

    5 stories of ‘everyday activists’ doing big and small things to tackle human trafficking and exploitation in Northern Ireland. Businesses, Schools, Community Groups, Families and Individuals. Everyday Activism means that EVERYONE can do something. More

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    Everyday sexism: Laura Bates at TEDxCoventGardenWomen

    In this fascinating talk, founder of the award-winning EverydaySexismProject, Laura Bates, talks about her inspiring initiative. The EveryDaySexism is an ever-increasing collection of over 50,000 women’s experiences of gender imbalance. The stories come from women of all ages, races and sexual orientations, disabled and non-disabled, employed and unemployed, religious and non-religious. The project has expanded […] More

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    Everyday Ordinary Activism

    Jay Naidoo, Chairman of GAIN (Global Alliance for Improved Nutrition), talks about the importance of engaging ordinary people in social movements, so they take their lives into their own hands. More