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== Safer Spaces summary ==
 
== Safer Spaces summary ==
This is a paired-down version of our [https://macc.nyc/safer-spaces full safer space policy] intended for reading aloud at the start of the GA or other meetings.<blockquote>MACC aims to create and perpetuate spaces that are safer than the outside world. We are an organization that is radical and accessible.
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This is a paired-down version of our [https://macc.nyc/safer-spaces full safer space policy] intended for reading aloud at the start of the GA or other meetings.<blockquote>MACC aims to create and perpetuate spaces that are safer than the outside world. We are an organization that is radical and accessible.</blockquote><blockquote>To achieve this we agree that in our spaces there will be:</blockquote><blockquote>No Violence, threats of violence, use of force or threat of force. This means no physically restraining someone, blocking their way, refusing to stop following them or refusing to move away from them when asked.</blockquote><blockquote>No sexual harassment. This means no acting in a sexual way towards somebody, invading their personal space or making sexually suggestive moves or gestures to them without their explicit consent.</blockquote><blockquote>No verbal abuse. This means no use of insulting terms or aggressive expression with the intention of causing hurt, intimidation or humiliation. No racist, sexist, homophobic, transphobic or ableist language.</blockquote><blockquote>No harassment. This means no repeated, persistent or unwelcome behaviour targeted at a person.</blockquote><blockquote>No emotional and psychological abuse: Do not be patronising or dismissive, put someone down or ridicule, ignore, isolate, ostracise, scapegoat or use any other bullying behaviours.</blockquote><blockquote>MACC will not tolerate any behavior or language that may perpetuate oppression.</blockquote>
To achieve this we agree that in our spaces there will be:
 
 
 
No Violence, threats of violence, use of force or threat of force. This means no physically restraining someone, blocking their way, refusing to stop following them or refusing to move away from them when asked.
 
 
 
No sexual harassment. This means no acting in a sexual way towards somebody, invading their personal space or making sexually suggestive moves or gestures to them without their explicit consent.
 
 
 
No verbal abuse. This means no use of insulting terms or aggressive expression with the intention of causing hurt, intimidation or humiliation. No racist, sexist, homophobic, transphobic or ableist language.
 
 
 
No harassment. This means no repeated, persistent or unwelcome behaviour targeted at a person.
 
 
 
No emotional and psychological abuse: Do not be patronising or dismissive, put someone down or ridicule, ignore, isolate, ostracise, scapegoat or use any other bullying behaviours.
 
 
 
MACC will not tolerate any behavior or language that may perpetuate oppression.</blockquote>
 
  
 
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