Colombia: Undoing Racism

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On
5 December, the Colombia
team participated in an undoing racism workshop led by Sylvia Morrison in Barrancabermeja.  Dismantling oppressions – “getting in the way”
of  heterosexism, racism, sexism, and
classism – is integral to the work of CPT and an important part of our call to
nonviolence.  The workshop pushed the
team forward and inspired them to continue this challenging work. 

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