Decolonizing Equity


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Establishments all over the place appear to be more and more conscious of their roles in settler colonialism and anti-Black racism. As such, many racialized staff discover themselves tasked with creating fairness plans for his or her departments, associations or colleges. This assortment acknowledges this work as each survival and burden for Black, Indigenous and racialized peoples. It highlights what we already know and are already doing in our respective areas and gives a imaginative and prescient of what fairness can appear to be by means of a decolonial lens. What helps us to make this work attainable? How can we take care with ourselves and one another on this work? What does solidarity, collaboration or “allyship” appear to be in decolonial fairness work? What are the implicit and express limitations we face in shifting fairness discourse, coverage and observe, and what methods, expertise and practices may help us in creating environments and lived realities of decolonial fairness?

This edited assortment centres the voices of Indigenous, Black and different racialized peoples in articulating a imaginative and prescient for decolonial fairness work. Particularly, the deal with decolonizing fairness is an invite to re-articulate what fairness work can appear to be once we refuse to separate concepts of fairness from the historic and up to date realities of colonialism within the settler colonial nation states referred to as Canada and the USA and once we insist on linking an fairness agenda to the work of decolonizing our shared realities.

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