Wed, Aug 05|
What is Transformative Justice? Q&A with We All We Got SD
This month we will be featuring Kelsey and Ana Laura, 2 of the core Harmonizer Members from one of San Diego's Mutual Aid groups, We All We Got San Diego (WAWG) who will share the wisdom they have been learning together on Transformative Justice (TJ).
Time & Location
Aug 05, 2020, 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM
About the Event
Join us for a special edition on Wednesday, August 5 from 12pm - 1pm PST for our solidarity monthly virtual gathering.
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This month we will be featuring Kelsey and Ana Laura, 2 of the core Harmonizer Members from one of San Diego's Mutual Aid groups, We All We Got San Diego (WAWG) who will share the wisdom they have been learning together on Transformative Justice (TJ). Join us in a Q & A discussion with WAWG as we unpack Transformative Justice together. We will discuss the ways we've already trusted our own communities to look out for one another and the ways we can continue to do more Transformative Justice work in San Diego and beyond.
About We All We Got SD: We All We Got SD is a non-judgmental group which is here to provide community support. We operate under the value that what we provide is solidarity, not charity. This means that it is not our role to determine which items someone may need to survive. We respect people’s ability to determine what they need and what is right for them. We trust all people to make their own decisions. Just as we do not police each other, this group does not collaborate with cops or ICE. www.WeAllWeGotSD.com
Kelsey Daniels she/her - An organizer, artist, and baddie/scholar, Kelsey Daniels believes in the power of sharing stories.She has a FIERCE love for her community and has been blessed to build with several amazing orgs (March For Black Womxn San Diego, Black Lives Matter San Diego, We All We Got SD etc..) committed to collective liberation of those intentionally marginalized by systems of power. In addition to organizing, Kelsey uses her online platform to lead with vulnerability in facilitating discussions around fat liberation, mental health, anti Black racism and more.
Ana Laura she/her/ella, was raised in Tijuana and San Diego & grew up in a working-class and immigrant household. As a fat queer, she is committed to "practicing futures together, practicing justice together, [and] living into new stories" (adrienne maree brown).
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