Ambivigilante seeks  to point to that (often paralyzing) space of complexity and ambivilence in order to examine the gaps, the silences, and the problems in/with the narratives that we are presented with more commonly as a way to engage in the critical reflection needed to build sustainable and meaningful change.



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Ambivigilante seeks  to point to that (often paralyzing) space of complexity and ambivilence in order to examine the gaps, the silences, and the problems in/with the narratives that we are presented with more commonly as a way to engage in the critical reflection needed to build sustainable and meaningful change.

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