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The Four Parts of Accountability: How To Give A Genuine Apology--workshop

Classes and Activities
Hosted by Black & Beyond the Binary Collective and Facilitated by Mia Mingus of the Bay Area Transformative Justice Collective
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Black & Beyond the Binary Collective is dedicated to the healing, liberation, and safety for Black - African transgender, queer, nonbinary, and intersex (TQNI+) Oregonians.

You can find out more information about Black & Beyond the Binary Collective here!

We believe that our friends, classmates, neighbors, and all in our community benefit from taking an active role in public safety discourse. We are working to connect with those who are curious and willing to dismantle institutions that are harming us for the sake of liberation, the dignity of our planet, and building something beyond the carceral punitive systems that disappear our communities.

Everywhere people are struggling to imagine how we address harm without the use of the state. These virtual events will build upon our collective imagination while beginning to address anti-Black racism, settler-colonialism, and gender violence in our movements.

The variety of free trainings, workshops, and panels we are offering is part of the We Keep Us Safe: Active Community Intervention series facilitated by Black & Beyond the Binary Collective , guest facilitators/panelist and is sponsored by the Constructing Civic Dialogues program through the Office of Community and Civic Life.

Mia Mingus of the Bay Area Transformative Justice Collective

Part 1: January 13th, 202210-11:30am

Part 2: February 10th, 202210-11:30am