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For some reason i am reading this “Conflict Minerals Policy | Ecolab”

“Ecolab will file the necessary documentation prior to the regulation deadlines. We have initiated a process that meets the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) framework to comply with this regulation. This includes establishing compliance requirements for our direct suppliers regarding conflict minerals, implementing controls and reporting, undertaking appropriate sourcing efforts, and providing our customers the data necessary to facilitate their SEC reporting.”

via Conflict Minerals Policy | Ecolab

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Sins Invalid

Sins Invalid recognizes that we will be liberated as whole beings—as disabled, as queer, as brown, as black, as gender non-conforming, as trans, as women, as men, as non-binary gendered— we are far greater whole than partitioned. We recognize that our allies emerge from many communities and that demographic identity alone does not determine one’s commitment to liberation.

via Our Vision | About Us | Sins Invalid

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Disability News

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Do i seriously think what the world needs now is a disability film institute network? yes i do.

I think it’s time, for there to be disability film and media studios around the globe. They need to be accessible in all kinds of ways. Open to the public and the pride of disability culture and production.

And there it is, my dreams.

So my dream includes a media stream of the things i am thinking about and the conversations i am part of building. That’s the context of my scholarship and art practice. As a filmmaker i’ve been battling for access to the institutions that teach film. But i’m still on the far outside. Oh well. Back to work. The work i do includes amplifying the reach of actual news and the context of the battle for Standing Rock. News streams that are reporting what is happening come to me via internet and local organizers. But mostly the internet.

Who is being violent and where their funding comes from is a key indicator of the temperature and actual will behind the scenes. If we can look from that side of things and be in the room with the board members talking, then anyone or all of us can and should take those funders to task in different ways. Research is one way. If we have no idea what is compelling the harshness of the push into Standing Rock we can continue to unravel and then understand how vital it is to the survival of people everywhere. Survivors are the canaries in the coal mine. They that live down in the mine till they died of poison, so the workers could be warned to leave the toxic place. Actually i don’t know how the miners actually worked or if any company actually did this to canaries. But i’ve heard about it in stories. So people get the metaphor. Canaries are disposable, biopolitical fodder for an industry that has been very difficult and polluting since inception. So that is not new. And they have been winning at this war for a very long time indeed.

 

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Sins Invalid | An Unshamed Claim to Beauty in the Face of Invisibility

Sins Invalid is a performance project on disability and sexuality that incubates and celebrates artists with disabilities, centralizing artists of color and queer and gender-variant artists as communities who have been historically marginalized from social discourse

via Sins Invalid | An Unshamed Claim to Beauty in the Face of Invisibility

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Ten myths about sex and disability (video) | Mosaic

Have a peak at Broadcaster and journalist Mik Scarlet as they tackles sexual myths and more in this ten-minute film about sex and disability. For the transcript, scroll to below the film.
For more on alternate erogenous zones, see this other short film starring Mik.

find it here:  Ten myths about sex and disability (video) | Mosaic