Have you seen someone being harassed in a public space and wished you had taken action?At this event, Kelsey will speak about the roots of her fuck-the-police approach to feminist campaigning, and why more police and prisons are not the answer to gender-based or racial violence.To bring us closer to envisioning a society that takes responsibility for violence that happens within our communities, she will share some bystander intervention tactics.
Kelsey Mohamed is a feminist campaigner and full-time mischief-maker based in London, organising in campaigns against state violence, and working to explore and build alternative support centering experiences of women of colour and other marginalised groups. A facilitator with grassroots collectives Cradle and Resist+Renew, she delivers training on bystander intervention, power and privilege, and tools for campaigning and movement building.
This talk will explore ways we can actively support people we see or know who are experiencing harm.
45-minute talk, bystander intervention workshop and opportunity for audience questions.Please bring items for The Homeless Period if you are able.