There is a movement afoot. Black organizers and activists across the country, and their allies, are reimagining what a world without police looks like. People across the country are investigating and co-creating communities that centers health and wellness without white supremacy and anti-blackness at its core.
As a survivor community, we feel inspired to also imagine what a world free of violence looks like. What would need to exist in our homes, in our communities, and in our movements to end patriarchal violence and ensure the dignity and humanity of everyone? What becomes more possible for us?
We are inspired and we are coming together to build a survivors agenda. We invite you into this process with us.
Join us Thursday June 25th at 7pmET for the first in a series of conversations. We will be joined by change-makers Tarana Burke of The ‘me too.’ Movement,, Fatima Goss Graves from the National Women’s Law Center, Ai-jen Poo from National Domestic Workers Alliance, and Mónica Ramírez from Justice for Migrant Women.
This is an intentional and safe space for all those who may or may not self-identify as survivors or as part of a marginalized community, but who, by nature of their personal experiences, deeply associate with the impacts of survivorhood.