Feminist Abolition & Transformative Justice: A Conversation

Link to transcript: https://bit.ly/abolition_transcript Angela Davis taught us that abolition needs feminism. Learn about bringing our histories to abolition as a vision and practice, as well as healing after harm and community-based processes for care and accountability in our communities and movements. This open event is part of the Building an Asian American Feminist Movement […]

Introduction to Restorative Justice

Part of the The Janine Soleil Abolitionist Youth Organizing Institute (AYO, NYC!)—a collaboration between Project NIA & EFA Project Space. Restorative Justice challenges us to recognize each other’s humanity and to concern ourselves with accountability rather than punishment. It is a way of being that is reflected not just in the political but also the […]

Moving at the Speed of Trust: Disability Justice and Transformative Justice

Live transcript (PDF): http://bcrw.barnard.edu/wp-content/up… We are working on a word-for-word transcript that will be posted here when it becomes available. Slide deck (PDF) by Elliott and Leah featuring important definitions, notes, and frameworks for today’s conversation: http://bcrw.barnard.edu/wp-content/up…

On Moving Past Punishment

If we want a just & humane world, we must create one in which apparatuses of oppression are no longer considered reasonable. This week on For The Wild, we are joined by Mariame Kaba for an expansive conversation on Transformative Justice, community accountability, criminalization of survivors, & freedom on the horizon.

Liberated Ways of Addressing Harm

A webinar conversation with movement leaders from the fields of transformative justice, healing justice, and prison abolition. Participants: Mariame Kaba, Bay Area Transformative Justice CollectiveMia Mingus, Bay Area Transformative Justice CollectiveNathaniel Shara, generative somaticsXochitl Bervera, Racial Justice Action Center This series is brought to you by: Freedom Cities, Freedom to Thrive, Movement Generation, New Economy […]

The Practices We Need: metoo and Transformative Justice Part 2

Today the Brown sisters talk with transformative justice practitioner Mariame Kaba (@prisonculture) and get our minds blown with frameworks and breakthroughs on how to really address harm and grow beyond it. Music by Mother Cyborg–www.patreon.com/Endoftheworldshowwww.endoftheworldshow.org/@endoftheworldPC

Transformative Justice

Zehr Institute for Restorative Justice February 15, 2017 Guest: RJ Maccani, Nathaniel Shara, and Ejeris Dixon Host: Dr. Johonna Turner What is transformative justice? What can restorative justice thinkers, scholars and practitioners learn from the contemporary transformative justice movement? This webinar offers an introduction to transformative justice. It will also highlight leading organizers’ current work […]

Resisting Gender Violence Without Cops or Prisons

An interview with author Victoria Law By Angola 3 News Activist and journalist Victoria Law is the author of “Resistance Behind Bars: The Struggles of Incarcerated Women” (PM Press, 2009). Law has previously been interviewed by Angola 3 News on two separate occasions. Our first interview focused on the torture of women prisoners in the […]