This is a workshop offered in partnership with New York City’s Survived and Punished Collective and with generous support from the Philadelphia Soapbox, Philly Childcare Collective, and Children’s Community School. We will learn more about critical issues of criminalization for survivors of domestic violence through the cases of Bresha Meadows, CeCe McDonald, Marisa Alexander, and others, and look at various aspects of print culture supporting survivors, from zines to posters to tote bags and more.
This workshop will discuss serious acts of violence; we ask that participants be 16+.
Thanks to the Philly Childcare Collective and Children’s Community School, we will provide free childcare for those attending the workshop.
Participants should come prepared to listen, talk, learn, collaborate, and begin work on a collaborative response zine.
More info soon. All genders welcome. The Soapbox is an accessible space; while it is a printshop, non-toxic/low-toxic materials are used. If you have any questions about accessibility or anything else, contact carolyn dot chernoff at gmail dot com.
This is a FREE workshop.
To register, please go here: https://goo.gl/forms/cpNGz8pUqOLJowEr2
For more information: https://survivedandpunished.org/about/