A collective and collaborative forum bringing together a host of critical voices on all things Transformative Justice.
Read and Resist Reading Group — Join us on!
21st April 3-5pm Abolition as Imagination: Yielding Possibility; Crafting Future (register from 25th March 2021)
28th April 5-7pm *SPECIAL EDITION* Mariame Kaba, We Do This ‘Til We Free Us: Abolitionist Organizing and Transforming Justice (register from 1st April 2021)
19th May 3-5pm Dean Spade, Mutual Aid: Building Solidarity During This Crisis (and the Next) (register from 22. April 2021)
23rd June 3-5pm Tuning into Activism: Improvisation, Musicality and Spirituality (register from 19th May 2021)
Being black is bold. Being black is powerful, but being black also makes you noticeable. Being black in a whitewashed world is often overbearing because you stand out in the crowd: all eyes are on you. Now that’s me examining and experiencing what it sometimes feels like to be black in wider society. In many […]
By Felicity Adams and Fabienne Emmerich Caring, not carceral expansion! We need to transcend carcerality and embrace a politics of care “We, and others recognise that decentering the carceral state is crucial to working towards our collective vision of care, caregiving and nurture. Understanding each of these government proposals as contributing to the ex-isting carceral […]
Maya Schenwar and Victoria Law discuss their new book, Prison By Any Other Name: The Harmful Consequences of Popular Reforms and some of the main themes underpinning their text in the contemporary period.