Collective liberation

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Collective liberation describes an approach to organizing that recognizes how all fights for justice are deeply connected; the understanding that because all systems of oppression rely on each other to function and maintain the status quo, we must form a united front to collectively dismantle these systems and create a more just world for all - People & Planet, adapted by Michelle Xie [1]

Collective liberation is sought through fights for justice. See climate justice for examples of types of collective pursuits of justice against specific forms of oppression, and see intersectionality for examples of types of oppression and how they can intersect.

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