Zine about Feminist Pedagogies: Discussing Intersectionality, Accessibility and Feminist Labour

14.06.2020 / Helsinki, Finland

We want to publicly acknowledge that the State of Finland is founded on the lands of two peoples, the Sámi people and the Finnish people. We pay our respect and show our support to the Sámi people as the indigenous inhabitants of the Sápmi area, and we recognize their rights as an indigenous people. We recognise and respect their sovereignty, their culture, their custodianship, and their continuing contribution to the life of this state. To their ancestors, elders, and leaders — past, present, and emerging — we say thank you. 

This is a tentative example of how to acknowledge the ongoing settler colonization of Sápmi by the State of Finland. If you have comments, don’t hesitate to contact us. More information about the Sámi people and decolonization here and here.
Sininen puuvärikynä ja neonoranssi post-it -lappu ruskealla puulattialla.
Sininen puuvärikynä ja neonoranssi post-it -lappu ruskealla puulattialla.

Content

i. Introduction

This section includes a description of a challenging moment at (feminist) work.
Content notes: General mentions of precarious economical situations

ii. Kaura+Jemina

This section includes a description of us as a pedagogical duo and the premise of our (feminist) work.
Content notes: General mentions of precarious economical situations

iii. Queer+Crip

This section include a description of our pedagogical approaches and (feminist) work in the museum context where we intersect queer and crip perspectives.
Content notes: General mentions of precarious economical situations, general mentions of oppressive structures

iv. Accessibility+Inclusivity

This section includes a little glossary on disability and reworking the meanings and practices of accessibility and inclusivity.
Content notes: General mentions of oppressive ableist structures and discrimination

v. Feminist Pedagogy+Leadership

This section includes a description of anti-oppressive educational principles that can be useful also in feminist leadership.
Content notes: General mentions of oppressive structures, mentions of internalized oppression

vi. We did not do this alone.

This section includes a list of references.

vii. We will not continue this alone.

This section includes an invitation to participate in a live video session on Wednesday 13th of May from 2pm to 3pm where the writers of this zine will be interviewed and answers to your questions. You can also comment, ask questions or give feedback before, during and after reading this material with this form.

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