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October 2018

Oct 23: Twitter Power Hour on Policing and the Criminalization of Survivors

October 23, 2018
Twitter

Join Invisible No More and Survived & Punished for a Twitter Power Hour on Policing and the Criminalization of Survivors Thursday,  October 23rd 4pm PT / 5pm MT / 6pm CT / 7pm ET @invisiblenomore @survivepunish #InvisibleNoMore #DVAM

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Oct 26, Online Event: Building Accountable Communities

October 26, 2018
bcrw.barnard.edu

Building Accountable Communities Kiyomi Fujikawa, Shannon Perez-Darby, and Mariame Kaba Oct 26, 2018 | 4:00pm ET Online Event bcrw.barnard.edu Accountability is a familiar buzz-word in contemporary social movements, but what does it mean? How do we work toward it? Kiyomi Fujikawa and Shannon Perez-Darby will join us for an online discussion to explore models for building accountable communities for the purpose of healing and repair. What does it look like to be accountable to survivors without exiling or disposing those…

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Oct 27, Philadelphia: Arts of Resistance: Criminalized Survivors of Domestic Violence

October 27, 2018 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
The Soapbox: Community Print Shop & Zine Library, 4700 Kingsessing Ave
Philadelphia, 19143 United States
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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…

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November 2018

Online: #SurvivedAndPunished Survivor Solidarity Drive

November 22, 2018 - December 31, 2018

Survived and Punished Convening in California (December 2017), bringing together organizers, advocates, and survivors to strategize how we can #FreeThemAll. For Giving Tuesday and beyond, we ask your support in amplifying and raising funds to support and free criminalized survivors. As organizers, advocates, and survivors, Survived and Punished works to end gender based violence, including carceral systems designed to punish survivors for survival, whether by criminal legal and immigration systems, police, jails, prisons, and deportations. Read more about our analysis…

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December 2018

Dec 9, NYC: Send them Home for the Holidays: Holiday Card Writing Event

December 9, 2018 @ 1:00 pm - 4:30 pm
The People’s Forum, 320 West 37th Street
New York, NY 10018 United States

Image above by Molly Fair Please join Survived and Punished NY on Sunday, December 9, from 1-4:30pm, at the People's Forum for "Send them Home for the Holidays", a holiday card writing party for those behind prison walls in New York State. Being incarcerated is a de-humanizing and isolating experience for the person behind bars and their family and community. Trauma is worse around the holidays when many are planning to spend time with family, friends, and loved ones. Sending…

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Dec 13, Oakland: Winter Letter Writing Night to Incarcerated Survivors

December 13, 2018 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Qulture Collective, 1714 Franklin St
Oakland, CA 94612 United States
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It’s winter, holiday season is upon us and 2018 is winding down. It can be an especially tough time of the year for many people, especially survivors of violence and especially those who are incarcerated. Incarceration is an incredibly isolating and violence experience, especially for for survivors. Help us send them some love and join us to write an incarcerated survivor (or several!), including those who are currently fighting for commutation. Let’s keep the freedom pipeline flowing, learn more about…

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March 2019

Mar 2, NYC: 2nd Survived & Punished National Convening

March 2
New York City New York City, NY United States + Google Map

Join Survived & Punished for our 2nd National Convening  Join Survived and Punished for a day of panels, strategy sessions, and community building — all with a focus on launching defense campaigns and organizing to free criminalized survivors of racialized gender-based violence. The goals of the national convening are for participants from across the country to build on a shared analysis of the criminalization of survival; learn directly from criminalized survivors of violence; strategize ways to deepen local efforts and…

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August 2019

Aug 1, NYC: Letter Writing Party

August 1 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
The People’s Forum, 320 West 37th Street
New York, NY 10018 United States

Join S&P NY and No New Jails for a letter writing event on Aug 1st from 6 to 8 pm at the People's Forum. Please RSVP here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/no-new-jails-nyc-and-survived-and-punished-ny-letter-writing-event-tickets-65878509395 Can't attend in person? You can still support the event by purchasing items off the wishlist: https://www.amazon.com/hz/wishlist/ls/3WBHNB2T1BYM or donating funds for postage: http://freethemny.com/donate.html

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October 2019

Oct 14, Oakland: #FreeThemCA Panel of Criminalized Survivors & Letter Writing

October 14 @ 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
East Side Arts Alliance, 2277 International Blvd.
Oakland, CA 94606

It’s a historic time for commutations in California: By the end of his term, 283 people were commuted by former Governor Jerry Brown. This is significant compared to 1-2 people commuted per term by past Governors since the 1960s. With California Coalition for Women Prisoners, the statewide California S&P team is building on this opportunity to release as many people as possible during Gov. Newsom’s administration through gubernatorial clemency. We want to see commutations in the thousands! Join Survived &…

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Oct 26, NYC: Introduction to Disability Justice

October 26 @ 1:00 pm - 4:30 pm
The People’s Forum, 320 West 37th Street
New York, NY 10018 United States

This workshop will explore the past and present nexus between racism, classism, ableism, and structural inequity, focusing in particular on multiply-marginalized people. We will work to expand our collective understanding of disability and how disability-based oppressions are implicated in and central to all social systems by contextualizing and exploring the racist-ableist roots of eugenics, white supremacy, enslavement, institutionalization and incarceration. We will discover how ableism in tandem with other oppressions continues to form and inform all social systems, including the…

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