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“Black Movements for Freedom” & “Reimagining Community Safety”

are pleased to present


a roundtable with local Black womxn organizers


Wednesday, March 3rd

11:00am – 12:30pm

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Join us for a lively discussion focused on the stories and visions of local Black womxn organizers, activists, and healers who are working to build communities of liberation in our area:

  • Tonya Wilson – reentry outreach coordinator at Freedom Project WA
  • Shajuanda Tate – organizer at Freedom Education Project and member of the National Council for Incarcerated and Formerly Incarcerated Wom​en and Girls
  • Talauna Reed – organizer of Justice 4 Yvonne McDonald, founding member of Black Leaders in Action and Solidarity Thurston and community coordinator at SURJ
  • Kerensa Mabwa – cultivation manager at GRuB and partner at The Athena Group
Recommended reading:

This event is co-sponsored by the following programs, courses, and resources:

  • Black Movements for Freedom: History, Theory, and Transformative Justice
  • Black Girl Magic: Black Female Literary Arts in 21st Century Contexts

  • Gateways for Incarcerated Youth

  • Reimagining Community Safety

  • Reproduction: Critical Witnessing at the Intersections of Gender, Race, and Power

  • Evergreen Dean’s Match