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Long demanded and urgently needed, The Revolution Starts at Home: Confronting Intimate Violence Within Activist Communities finally breaks the dangerous silence surrounding the ˘secret÷ of intimate violence within social justice circles. This watershed collection of stories and strategies draws on over a decade of community accountability work-along with its many hard lessons and unanswered questions-to offer potentially life-saving alternatives for ensuring survivor safety while building a movement where no one is left behind. Book jacket.
Table of Contents
|safety at the intersections of intimate, community & state violence|
|Reclaiming Queer & Trans Safety||p. 5|
|Ending Oppression. Building Solidarity. Creating Community Solutions||p. 25|
|Eye of the Day|
|It Takes Ass to Whip Ass: Understanding & Confronting Violence Against Sex Workers a roundtable discussion with Miss Major||p. 57|
|Introduced & Edited Juliet November|
|I Am Because We Are: Believing Survivors & Facing Down the Barrel of the Gun||p. 79|
|The Secret Joy of Accountability: Self-accountability as a Building Block for Change||p. 101|
|Seeking Asylum: On Intimate Partner Violence & Disability||p. 115|
|There Is Another Way||p. 137|
|(re)claiming body, (re)claiming space|
|Without My Consent||p. 155|
|A Sliding Stance||p. 163|
|when your parents made you||p. 169|
|Freedom & Strategy / Trauma & Resistance||p. 175|
|we are ready now|
|Beautiful, Difficult, Powerful: Ending Sexual Assault Through Transformative Justice The Chrysalis Collective||p. 189|
|Making Our Stories Matter: The Story Telling & Organizing Project (STOP)||p. 207|
|What Does It Feel Like: When Change Finally Comes?: Male Supremacy, Accountability & Transformative Justice||p. 217|
|The Challenging Male Supremacy Project (CMS)|
|Movement Building Starts with Healthy Relationships: Transforming Silence Into Action (TSIA) in Asian Pacific Islander LBQT Communities||p. 237|
|Think. Re-think.: Accountable Communities||p. 265|
|Community Accountability Within People of Color Progressive Movements: Selections from the 2004 Report by INCITE! Women of Color Against Violence||p. 281|
|INCITE! Community Accountability Fact Sheet||p. 291|
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