This is a supplemental guide, meant to provide additional content to those who are interested in further research into anti-oppression work. For a primer on anti-oppression work, please visit our main anti-oppression guide.
While the creative team behind this guide occupies some of the marginalized identities referenced, we do not occupy all of them. We have worked together to provide quality resources that are relevant to anti-oppression education and work, but we are not immune to the limits of our own biases, privileges, and perspectives.
We recognize that a large part of anti-oppression work is being willing to respectfully listen to the perspectives and experiences of others, and we welcome any feedback on the guide, especially from those who identify as a member of one of the marginalized communities listed.