researcher at the entanglement of postcolonial feminist thought & transnational intersectionality
welcome to the world of kanishka sikri
i am a public academic and scholar-activist studying International & Critical Development Studies at the Centre for Critical Development Studies located at the University of Toronto; and have additional training in Gender Equality & Sexual Diversity; Reconciliation through Indigenous Education; Global Citizenship; and Human Rights and Development.
THROUGH A POSTCOLONIAL FEMINIST AND TRANSNATIONAL INTERSECTIONALITY FRAME, I ATTEND TO OPPRESSIVE FABRICS AT THE INTERSECTION OF RACE, GENDER, SPACE, AND CLASS RELATIONS. I UTILIZE DIFFERENT AVENUES OF SHARING TO BEGIN CRITICALLY THINKING OF WAYS TO DECOLONIZE, AND DECONSTRUCT THE COLONIAL CAPITALIST SUPREMACIST PATRIARCHY WE FIND OURSELVES ENGULFED IN.
+ POST-DE-COLONIAL THEORY + FEMINIST & GENDER DISCOURSE + SOLIDARITY & ALLYSHIP + RACIAL JUSTICE + STATE SURVEILLANCE & REPRESSION + false consciousness theory
what is feminist theory? how does it relate to our geopolitical space? to race? to class? to able-bodiedness? to fat v skinny dichotomies? to sexuality? how do we relate feminism, and its multiple branches, to our day-to-day lives?
exploring the intersections of race, class, gender, and space through an anti-racist feminist lens
this mapping serves to situate contemporary history into four major regimes which showcase how and through which mechanisms the tools of oppression have manifested in the form of our colonial capitalist supremacist patriarchy