Wed 11/11: Discussion – Intersectionality: What it is and Why It’s Important for Veganism

When: Wednesday, November 11, 7:00 – 9:00 p.m.
Where: Gourdneck Room at Portage District Library.
Discussion Leader: Nathan Poirier.

We inaugurate our new Vegan Kalamazoo Discussion Group with a very important and timely discussion of intersectionality, the study of intersections between systems of oppression, domination or discrimination.

If you’ve ever wondered how animal oppression relates to oppression of women, people of color, gays, and other marginalized groups, you’ll find out here. And you’ll also learn why it’s important that vegan activism be inclusive and not marginalize anyone.

We’re truly lucky to have Nathan Poirier, who is currently getting a degree in Anthrozoology with a focus on Critical Animal Studies Critical Animal Studies, to lead this discussion.

Join us in the Gourdneck Room at the Portage District Library.

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