June 15: #CopsAndCages Twitter Power Hour

Twitter

Join @c_c_w_p @survivepunish and others on #CopsAndCages Twitter Power Hour: Mon, Jun 15 at 12pm PT/2pm CT/3pm ET! Learn about the connections between policing behind bars, in homes, and on the streets and take action to #FreeThemAll! #DefundPolice #BlackLivesMatter

June 30: Another World is Possible: Bluestockings and Survived & Punished NY Party

Zoom

Go to bit.ly/bstox21 to RSVP today, before our limited tickets sell out! June 30, 7pm ET On June 30th, join Bluestockings and Survived & Punished as we honor the radical legacy of Pride Month as an uprising against state-sanctioned violence led by Black and brown trans women, sex workers, and people outside of the confines of the […]

July 1: Prison Is Gender Violence, Free All Survivors! Teach-In

Zoom

Join MUAVI and Love & Protect for an interactive virtual teach-in on the criminalization of survivors of gender-based violence. The Prison Is Gender Violence, Free All Surivors! Teach-In will take place on Wednesday, July 1, from 6 to 7:45 p.m. CST via Zoom.   Registration Info: Registration is required. There are a limited number of slots, […]

July 2: #StandWithTracy Letter Writing Event

Zoom

Join members of Survived & Punished NY and the #StandWithTracy Defense Team on Thursday, July 2nd from 6:30-7:30 PM EST to write letters of support and encouragement to Tracy McCarter. Tracy is a criminalized survivor who has been held at Rikers for over 120 days during a pandemic for acting out in self defense against […]

Aug 11: #Asians for Abolition

REGISTER HERE! Tue, August 11, 2020 2:00pm PT / 3pm MT / 4pm CT / 5pm ET A conversation about abolitionist politics and transformative justice between Asian activists, authors and organizers. About this Event Haymarket Books is an independent, radical, non-profit publisher. While all of our events are freely available, we ask that those who are […]

Aug 13: Sacramento Caravan: #SayTheirNames & Bring Our Loved Ones Home

California State Capitol 1315 10th St, Sacramento

Eventbrite  |  Facebook Join a broad coalition for a #SayTheirNames action at the Capitol Building followed by a car caravan to CDCR and a candlelight vigil at night to honor lives lost. Please see the schedule for more details. #ClemencyNow #NoMoreDeaths #BringThemHome Demand a #MoratoriumOnCovidBehindBars: * HONOR the lives of those who have died from […]

Sep 26: A Workshop on Abolition + Decarceration: Love Letters to Movement Leaders

A Workshop on Abolition + Decarceration: Love Letters to Movement Leaders Saturday, September 26, 10am PT / 1pm ET REGISTER Join 18 Million Rising, Survived and Punished, and Asian Prisoner Support Committee and write love letters for abolition! Recommended $15-$20 donation. We strongly encourage you to give the amount that is right for you. Your donation […]

Sep 30: Reimagining our Legacy: Transforming from criminalization to liberation

REGISTER This 2-part webinar series is inspired by a question posed by activist Mimi Kim: “Why and how did the violence against women movement - an emancipatory social movement - choose criminalization as a dominant strategy…and how has this focus on criminalization affected survivors?” In this time of emergence, we are called to reflect on […]

Oct 5: Black Survivors and Caregivers Resisting Criminalization

Join Members of the #StandWithTracy Team and Survived and Punished NY for a virtual event: Black Survivors and Caregivers Resisting Criminalization REGISTRATION Mon, October 5, 2020 6:00 PM – 7:30 PM EDT Speakers: Dr. Dorothy Roberts, Scholar, Professor, Social Justice Activist, and Author of Killing the Black Body, Shattered Bonds, and Fatal Invention Andrea James, Founder and Executive […]

Oct 6: Reimagining our Legacy: Transforming from criminalization to liberation

REGISTER This 2-part webinar series is inspired by a question posed by activist Mimi Kim: “Why and how did the violence against women movement - an emancipatory social movement - choose criminalization as a dominant strategy…and how has this focus on criminalization affected survivors?” In this time of emergence, we are called to reflect on […]