Last month, California voters made history by passing several propositions and measures to restore rights and self-determination to communities impacted by incarceration, while also rejecting racist legislation that would have rolled back decades of progress in the movement against prisons and po
Black communities and communities of color are continuing to push in this movement moment to address the education system and how it is complicit in the criminalization of Black youth, thus feeding the School to Prison Pipeline and contributing deeply to anti-Blackness in the public education.
Healing is a critical aspect of the movement against criminalization, prisons, and policing and yet, it is rarely prioritized within funding. Without a healing justice framework, we are more likely to reinforce and replicate the oppressive systems we are fighting against.
Friday, May 15, 2020 | 10:00 am - 11:30 am