The work of Internal Liberation is to clearly see and deeply feel our lived experiences as white men. We believe that this work can free us to engage honestly, and thus effectively, with patriarchy and white supremacy. These systems often show up internally as numbness, shame, and loneliness, and externally as anger, fear, and violence.
This month we will be reflecting on our personal relationships with violence as white men. We’ll be reflecting and responding to how we have witnessed, committed, survived, internalized, perpetuated, and enabled violence.