Mia Mingus of the Bay Area Transformative Justice Collective

In this conversation about transformative justice and healing, Mia Mingus of the Bay Area Transformative Justice Collective poses the questions, “What is accountability? What is justice?” How can our movements be survivor-centered? What IS community? Full Transcript: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1Z… LINKS Mia Mingus’ website Leaving Evidence: https://leavingevidence.wordpress.com/ Bay Area Transformative Justice Collective: https://batjc.wordpress.com/ Pods and Pod Mapping […]

Transformative Justice (Build Abolition 101 at CCSF)

In the first session of Build Abolition 101 at CCSF, we are join by TGI Justice Project communications director Eli Berry-St John, who gives an overview of Transformative Justice, and discusses community accountability. Subtitles will be added in the next 2 weeks, thank you for your patience!   ***In your wildest dreams, how do you […]

Finding Our Way: Harm, Punishment, and Abolition with Mariame Kaba

In this episode, Prentis sits with activist, organizer, educator, and author, Mariame Kaba, to discuss abolition and its connection to healing work. This conversation asks us to confront difficult truths about our enacting of relationships, our striving for innocence, and how much we might actually draw pleasure from punishment. Find the show notes + transcript […]

S2 Ep7: Navigating Conflict with Kazu Haga

Kazu Haga is the founder of the East Point Peace Academy, a core member of the Ahimsa Collective, and the author of Healing Resistance: A Radically Different Response to Harm.  In this episode, Prentis and Kazu examine our definitions and enactments of accountability and pose the question, “Who do we become when harm occurs?” Find […]

Transformative Justice in the Apocalypse: Beyond Survival One Year Later

Featuring Ejeris Dixon, Leah Lakshmi Piepzna-Samarasinha, RJ Maccani, YaliniDream, Woods Ervin, and India Harris. Moderated by Kenyon Farrow. One year after the publication of Beyond Survival: Strategies and Stories from the Transformative Justice Movement, we’ve witnessed a year of tremendous abolitionist resistance, multiple pandemics, and crises. We’re reflecting on what’s needed right now, in this […]

Supporting Black-led Community Safety and Abolition for NYC

Thanks to all of you—over 125 strong—who joined us on Zoom and Facebook Live for this week’s webinar, Supporting Black-led Community Safety and Abolition for NYC! We got a fantastic download from both Piper Anderson and Ejeris Dixon of how New York City’s past Black-led organizing around abolition and community safety strategies can inform our work […]

We Take Care Of Us Webinar #7: Transformative Justice

This week we hosted Mimi Kim and Mia Mingus, who sat down with our executive director, Cat Brooks, to discuss strategies to intervene, disrupt and heal from interpersonal violence without relying on the state. We’ll talk about what transformative justice is, how it centers survivors’ needs, and how it provides us with a roadmap for […]