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Matt Meyer & Mandy Carter Present: Intersectional and Intergenerational Organizing

On May 30th, 2019 the Firestorm Collective in Asheville, North Carolina hosted Mandy Carter and Matt Meyer (editors of We Have Not Been Moved: Resisting Racism and Militarism in 21st Century America) to talk about Intersectional and Intergenerational Organizing.

The Firestorm Collective have offered the talk online. Learn more about them, and support their work by becoming a patron of theirs HERE.

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