30 Mar Creative Interventions: Community-Based, Transformative Justice Responses to Gender Based Violence—What Can Your Organization Do?
Part of the Ending Violence Without Violence Virtual Training Series
From 3:00 PM until 5:00 PM
At Zoom Meeting
Presented by the New York State Coalition Against Sexual Assault, Seven Dancers Coalition, and Interrupting Criminalization: Research in Action / email@example.com
Attendees will learn about the basic principles of transformative justice, reflect upon the mission, values, and practices of their anti-violence organizations, and engage next steps in considering expanding their organization’s values and practices to include transformative justice-informed responses to gender-based violence. This virtual workshop will be facilitated by Mimi Kim.
About the Speaker
Mimi Kim is a long-time advocate and activist working on issues of gender-based violence in communities of color. She is the co-founder of two Korean American domestic violence programs in Chicago and Oakland and was the coordinator of the multilingual access model (MLAM) program at Asian Women's Shelter for 10 years. She is also a co-founder of INCITE! Women, Transgender and Gender Non-Conforming People of Color Against Violence. In 2004, she established Creative Interventions which helped to develop collective, liberatory and non-criminalizing approaches to address and end domestic and sexual violence and has worked actively to develop feminist community accountability and transformative justice political frameworks and practices.
This event will be held via Zoom Meetings. Video participation is not required. Registrants will receive the meeting link by email. A recording of the event will be distributed to participants.
This session will be conducted in English. Please indicate in the registration form linked below, if you require live captioning or language interpretation, so that we can accommodate your needs. These requests are due by May 3, 2021.
This offering is part of our Ending Violence Without Violence Virtual Training Series.
Learn more at www.endviolence2020.com.