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Just Practice Collaborative

The Just Practice Collaborative is a training and mentoring group focused on sustaining a community of practitioners that provide community-based accountability and support structures for all parties involved with incidents and patterns of sexual, domestic, relationship, and intimate community violence. This group and practice is a resource and a model for those who want to address violence without reliance on criminal legal and traditional social services.
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About the Mixtape...

Course curriculum

  • 1

    BONUS TRACK: Welcome to the Mixtape!

    • INTRO by Mariame Kaba, Shira Hassan, Deana Lewis & Rachel Caidor

    • Liner Notes: About the Mixtape

  • 2

    TRACK 1: Prison Industrial Complex (PIC) Abolition 101: A Vision to End Prisons, Policing & Surveillance

    • Liner Notes: PIC Abolition 101

    • Session led by Mariame Kaba

    • PIC Mind Map

    • Mass Incarceration: The Whole Pie 2020 - Prison Policy Initiative

    • Visualizing the Racial Disparities in Mass Incarceration - Prison Policy Initiative

    • The Knotted Line Timeline

    • Policing Timeline - Critical Resistance

    • Reformist Reforms vs. Abolitionists Steps in Policing

    • Feedback on Track 1

  • 3

    TRACK 2: Transformative Justice Intro

    • Liner Notes: Transformative Justice Intro

    • Session led by Mia Mingus

    • Feedback on Track 2

  • 4

    TRACK 3: No Transformative Justice without Harm Reduction

    • Liner Notes: No Transformative Justice without Harm Reduction

    • Session led by Shira Hassan

    • Feedback on Track 3

  • 5

    TRACK 4: Healing Justice: A Political Strategy for Movements

    • Liner Notes: Healing Justice: A Political Strategy for Movements

    • Session led by Cara Page & Erica Woodland

    • Feedback on Track 4

  • 6

    TRACK 5: Creating Safety Teams and Making Spaces Safer

    • Liner Notes: Creating Safety Teams and Making Spaces Safer

    • Session led by Ejeris Dixon

    • Feedback on Track 5

  • 7

    TRACK 6: Mad World: Psychiatry, Abolition, and New Horizons

    • Liner Notes: Mad World: Psychiatry, Abolition, and New Horizons

    • Session led by Elliot Fukui

    • Feedback on Track 6

  • 8

    TRACK 7: How to Support Survivors Who Seek to Hold Harm-Doers Accountable Without Engaging the Police or the State

    • Liner Notes: How to Support Survivors Who Seek to Hold Harm-Doers Accountable Without Engaging the Police or the State

    • Transformative Justice Relevant Definitions

    • Session led by Shira Hassan & Ejeris Dixon

    • Feedback on Track 7

  • 9

    TRACK 8: From Rapid Response to Transformative Justice Processes: Some Basics You Should Know

    • Liner Notes: From Rapid Response to Transformative Justice

    • Session led by Mimi Kim

    • Feedback on Track 8

  • 10

    TRACK 9: The Four Parts of Accountability & How to Apologize

    • Liner Notes: The Four Parts of Accountability & How to Apologize

    • Session led by Mia Mingus

    • Feedback on Track 9

  • 11

    OUTRO: Next Steps

    • Learn More about Just Practice

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Includes all 9 tracks, plus a bonus track and supplemental materials. Contact Just Practice for group discounts.

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This is a grassroots project. Please refrain from sharing log in account information and passwords. Money raised from the Mixtape series goes to closed captioning, compensation for the presenters and donations to BIPOC-run organizations/formations who have a history of working on Transformative Justice in Chicago, IL.

Just Practice

Feeding our Hearts with Collective Knowledge to Build our Resilience, Create Transformation and Make Our Movements Last.