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This toolkit is intended as an resource tool for activists and organizers, and provides some examples of organizing tools and strategies. It includes fact sheets, ideas for organizing, and sample tools created by other organizations.


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This toolkit is intended as an resource tool for activists and organizers, and provides some examples of organizing tools and strategies. It includes fact sheets, ideas for organizing, and sample tools created by other organizations.

41 review for LAW ENFORCEMENT VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN OF COLOR & TRANS PEOPLE OF COLOR: A Critical Intersection Of Gender Violence & State Violence

  1. 4 out of 5

    Meiver

    download it! (for free from www.incite-national.org) read it! use it! download it! (for free from www.incite-national.org) read it! use it!

  2. 4 out of 5

    Viola

    a great tool box for USA focussed ... stories from women of colour and queer/transgender people of colour: stating the problem and examples of what communities have done to combat violence perpetrated by law enforcement. download it! from www.incite-national.org! https://incite-national.org/ a great tool box for USA focussed ... stories from women of colour and queer/transgender people of colour: stating the problem and examples of what communities have done to combat violence perpetrated by law enforcement. download it! from www.incite-national.org! https://incite-national.org/

  3. 4 out of 5

    Spicy T AKA Mr. Tea

    What a great tool box for organizers. This collection of tools and stories comes from the vantage point of women of color and queer/transgender people of color. It does a nice job of stating the problem and then gives some concrete examples of what other communities have done to combat violence perpetrated by law enforcement. Got my head spinning.

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