Sunday, June 19, 2011

Interrupting Racsim

The Co-op presents a hands-on workshop:

Interrupting Anti-Semitism & Anti-Arab Racism.

Sunday June 26th, from 2-5pm, at the Governor Hotel.

Please note that there is limited space for Co-op members; please bring your current membership card. Attendees will be seated on a first-come basis.


About the Facilitators:

Selma Al-Aswad Dillsi
is a Palestinian American activist and social worker who uses radical activism as a means of challenging systems. Selma is passionate about using media as a tool to educate and transform and has a particular interest in the intersections of race, queerness, and popular culture. Selma is active in Palestine solidarity campaigns locally and abroad and sees anti-racist organizing as central to the work that she does and pivotal to breaking down borders and binaries of all kinds. Selma currently resides in Seattle, WA.

Socket Klatzker
is a conflict mediator and group process facilitator for radical collectives. She is currently earn- ing her Masters in Counseling at Saint Martin’s University. Socket is a trained anti-oppression organizer who adores hands-on and expressive techniques for working towards personal and collective liberation. She is a self-loving, practicing Jew and a Palestine solidarity activist who believes in justice, dignity, and healing for all.  Socket is a fierce, sweet, white, queer, disabled, Ashkenazi, American Jew. She currently lives in Olympia, WA.