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We will explore how to center historically and currently marginalized voices — especially those of Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC) — in existing and innovative sociocratic framework. To do so, we will grapple with and examine the births of sociocracy, its linkage to whiteness, and how to render its core, identifying, and groundbreaking norms (e.g. consent-based decision-making) culturally-competent.
Sophie Xu (she/her/hers) is a co-founder of the Youth Power Coalition (YPC). A self-proclaimed bibliophile, she loves publicly verbalizing (through written or spoken media) against injustices and weaving community on all scales. She values empathy and allying with marginalized-groups-centered movements to sustainably dismantle the kyriarchy: the aggregate ongoing oppressive/privileging social constructs and systems.