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We believe and are committed to...

  • Equity is essential, equality is not enough.
  • If it is not for all, it is not equity, it is another form of oppression.
  • Black Lives Matter.
  • Matter is the minimum. Black lives are worthy, beloved and needed.
  • Women's rights are human rights.
  • All abilities are valuable.
  • Trans women are women.
  • Trans men are men.
  • All genders are valid.
  • All ages deserve respect.
  • We listen to Autistic Adults.
  • Science is important.
  • Love is love.
  • Disabled folks are whole.
  • The stigma on mental health must end.
  • All bodies are beautiful.
  • Climate change is real.
  • Neurodiverse people aren't broken nor need to be cured, they simply perceive things differently; Neurodiverse folks are valid as they are.
  • Intersectional awareness is necessary.
  • Marginalised folks’ lives matter more than privileged folks’ feelings.
  • Water is life.
  • Consent is the minimum.
  • Having your basic needs met is an inalienable human right.
  • As long as you are not harming yourself, anyone else or imposing your beliefs on others, you have a right to your own religious or spiritual beliefs, or lack thereof.
  • An inability to see, respect and honour the full humanity in any human being, to see them as your full equal, is a place where your own humanity has been compromised.
  • Those of us with more systemic privilege have a responsibility to be actively changing the system because we have more social resources and systemic power to do so.
  • Not because marginalised folks CAN'T do it, but because they shouldn't have to.
  • Those of us with more systemic privilege need to be listening to, believing and following the lead of people who understand these dynamics better than we ever will.
  • We understand that we will never understand. However, we stand.
  • Not being racist, misogynistic, homophobic (etc.) is not enough, we need to be anti-racist, anti-misogynistic, anti-homophobic (etc.).
  • As the Autistic Community says, "Nothing for us, without us" (true and important for any marginalised community).
  • None of us are free until all of us are free.
  • Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere.
  • Human decency is the minimum, not the exception.
  • Solidarity and social justice are verbs.
  • Change is necessary, urgent and inevitable.
  • This is our responsibility, and yours.
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