Trauma And Healing For Community Accountability

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Trauma And Healing For Community Accountability

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Trauma and Healing for Community Accountability facilitated by Nathaniel Shara (Shaping Change) This is the 5th workshop in ongoing series about Transformative Justice and Community Accountability (TJ/CA) presented by API Chaya in partnership with The Northwest Network of Bi, Trans, Lesbian, and Gay Survivors of Abuse. Please join us for the following workshops and get excited about INCITE: Color Of Violence 4 Conference March 26-29, 2015 (http://www.colorofviolence.org/). For more details about the series visit: https://www.facebook.com/events/1493421474266441/ You do not need to attend all of the workshops in this series, but we will assume a basic familiarity with TJ/CA. If you are looking for more resources we suggest: *Community Accountability Wordpress – Collection of online resources of TJ/CA http://communityaccountability.wordpress.com/ *Creative Intervention’s Toolkit – Comprehensive and practical toolkit for Community Accountability http://www.creative-interventions.org/tools/toolkit/ *The Revolution Starts at Home – Book and Zine (which both feature different content) about responding to sexual and domestic violence in a activist communities. *Arrested Justice: Black Women, Violence, and America's Prison Nation by Beth Richie – A powerful analysis centering Black women that critiques anti-violence movements that rely on criminalization *Hollow Water – a short documentary film about restorative practices for addressing child sexual abuse in Ojibwa communities near Lake Winnipeghttps://www.nfb.ca/film/hollow_water ==========Access Info================== We'd like to work with you to make this and future events as accessible as possible. Please let us know your access questions and needs by emailing fujikawa@apichaya.org, and we'll work with you to make sure our events can fit your needs. This event will have ASL interpretation. Please let us know if you need an interpreter for this event by emailing fujikawa@apichaya.org This space is ADA-accessible throughout with single-occupancy gender-neutral restrooms. This will be a fragrance-free event, please refrain from wearing scented products (perfumes, scented laundry-products, essential oils, etc) and use the provided fragrance-free soaps during the event. we will also have an air purifier and designated fragrance-free seating. For more information about being fragrance-free please visit http://eastbaymeditation.org/accessibility/PDF/How-to-Be-Fragrance-Free-.pdf (You can start today by changing to fragrance-free laundry detergent and stop using scented-dryer-sheets) Children are welcome! if you'd like support with childcare, please rsvp with the child's name and age to fujikawa@apichaya.org so we can request childcard This event is free and open to the public. Limited Street Parking available or by Bus #9X, 10, 11, 14, 49, 60.

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