Intersectionality

Oppression, Power & Privilege

Source: Casteix, Joelle.  "Boys don't cry?  Sure they do, and we need to embrace it." The Orange County Register.  (July 25, 2016).
Source: Jose Juan Lara.  Emergency Preparedness from an Intersectional Approach.  National Latino Network.  (November 2018).

Boy Groups

Identity Politics

INTERSECTIONALITY

How might the following identity characteristics affect experiences during and after the state of emergency?

- Race

- Socioeconomic Status

- Gender Identity

- Sexual Orientation

- Religion

- Language

- Culture

Extended Family

This affects everyone

- Girls and Women

- LGBTQ children (identified/non-identified)

- straight parents/guardians

- LGBTQ parents/guardians

Relationships First

A Circle of Friends

- Restorative Justice in Education

- Relationship Building

- Empathy Building

- Social and Emotional Learning

- Whole School Culture

- Community Engagement

- Circle Dialogue

- Capacity Building

Perspective taking helps promote dialogue, and contributes to building relationships and allies that help to reduce inequities and implement changes to the system. 

From the RF Implementation Guide, p.9. 
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