Embedding anti-oppression principles here, at Otesha, is a work in progress. Have a look at some of the resources we used to establish an official anti-oppression policy in our workplace. We are sure you’ll find them useful, thought provoking and inspiring.

“If you are neutral in situations of injustice,  you have chosen the side of the oppressor”
Desmond Tutu

What is oppression? How is it different than prejudice? How exactly would you define privilege? For some clear definitions, have a look at this document.

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Why I am a black male feminist

Cultural appropriation & halloween costumes

HP computers are racist

Experiences of disability oppression

Proven Strategies for Addressing Unconscious Bias in the Workplace

Test yourself!

Anti-oppression and the fight for LGBTQ Equality

How to be a woman in a boys club