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    Healed people heal people

    In a world without prisons, we could break the vicious cycle of generational poverty, trauma, and incarceration.

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    Breaking the cycle of harm

    To avoid police and prisons, more leftists are turning to accountability processes to repair harm. But fractious accountability processes are tearing communities apart. How might returning to transformative justice’s Black feminist roots help break the cycle?

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    Transformation takes practice

    There’s no rulebook for transformative justice work. What we have and are being given are principles, beliefs, guidelines, and personal experiences. We must use these offerings iteratively, as tools to grapple with our own spaces and our positions within them.

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    If Black Women Were Free: Part 2

    Accounting for the history of transformative justice and determining how it can best be put into practice in non-Black spaces.

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    If Black Women Were Free: Part 1

    What is transformative justice, and how can it be used in organizing spaces to respond to sexual violence?