Building our Future Communities with Transformative Justice - Shared screen with speaker view
Mary Hogue she/her Fairfield learning more about how to be more inclusive is always of interest
Hi, I am Monica Ferrara. My pronouns are she/her/hers. I am an Assistant Town Clerk for Mansfield, CT. I was inspired to be here today because I am interested in seeing ways that we can build a brighter future in our local communities.
Susan Bransfield (she/her/hers) First Selectwoman Town of Portland. I am impressed with the series thus far and am inspired to learn more today. We have recently formed a Task Force in our town to work with Police, Schools and Youth toward solidarity, equity and justice. Thank you.
Hello! Ciara T. (she/her/hers) Former Sustainable CT intern. Marlborough. Interested in the topic and ready to learn.
Analiese from Sustainne here to learn and pass it along.
Good afternoon everyone! I'm Hamsa (she/her/hers), and I am a former Sustainable CT Fellows. I just wanted to a chance to get to hear the great work that Ahmad and Elizabeth have put together!
Nasreen Al Omari
equity and fairness
Sustainable CT Staff
Using our power in systems to right systemic wrongs
hearing from all sides
equal value to society - nobody is marked down
the end of othering
accessibility to resources for everyone
Nasreen Al Omari
spread the wealth
I like Analiese’s answer
even if people have different beginnings and advantages, everyone getting a fair shot at a safe and fair life
equal funding to schools, regardless of ZIP code
I think that it would look like a community where everyone has the opportunity to succeed in education, workforce, etc., where we value rehabilitation, fairness in our criminal justice system and provide resources to those who are in need.
So interesting! No questions. Ready to dig in!
Thank you. Very well done.
Sorry, I need to leave. Thank you.
Thank you! This conversation is so overdue, and it’s awesome to be able to bring these ideas to our communities.
thank you very insightful
Thank you very much!