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As the cohort continued, we learned that building the capacity to practice transformative justice takes immense and consistent personal work. We’re talking the basics of being human, like self reflection, and how to communicate.

These personal inquiries into how we live our values, and how we respond to our inevitable mistakes, were like portals into the heart of TJ. Into what it would take to support ourselves and others in living accountably every day for everything we do, and fail to do.

Episode transcript: bit.ly/TheRealWork-Episode-4

Sogorea Te’ Land Trust: sogoreate-landtrust.org

Save the West Berkeley Shellmound: shellmound.org

Creative Interventions Toolkit: A Practical Guide to Stop Interpersonal Violence: www.creative-interventions.org/toolkit/

Aya de Leon, “Reconciling Rage and Compassion: The Unfolding #MeToo Moment for Junot Diaz”: transformharm.org/reconciling-rage-and-compassion-the-unfolding-metoo-moment-for-junot-diaz/

“Hollow Water,” directed by Bonnie Dickie: www.nfb.ca/film/hollow_water/

Mia Mingus, “The Four Parts of Accountability & How To Give A Genuine Apology“: leavingevidence.wordpress.com/2019/12/18/how-to-give-a-good-apology-part-1-the-four-parts-of-accountability/

Mia Mingus: www.soiltjp.org & leavingevidence.wordpress.com

Bay Area Transformative Justice Collective: batjc.wordpress.com

For additional resources, including this episode’s ASL video: WeRiseProduction.com/TheRealWork

zAnda of DiaspoRADiCAL: @diaspo.radical on Instagram & soundcloud.com/diasporadical

Connect with us at WeRiseProduction@ProtonMail.com, and follow us on Facebook & Instagram at @WeRiseProduction, & on Twitter at @WeRiseProducers.

This project is supported by an Investing in Artists Grant from the Center for Cultural Innovation & the City of Oakland’s Cultural Funding Program, and was incubated with initial support from Cal Shakes.
As the cohort continued, we learned that building the capacity to practice transformative justice takes immense and consistent personal work. We’re talking the basics of being human, like self reflection, and how to communicate. These personal inquiries into how we live our values, and how we respond to our inevitable mistakes, were like portals into the heart of TJ. Into what it would take to support ourselves and others in living accountably every day for everything we do, and fail to do. Episode transcript: bit.ly/TheRealWork-Episode-4 Sogorea Te’ Land Trust: sogoreate-landtrust.org Save the West Berkeley Shellmound: shellmound.org Creative Interventions Toolkit: A Practical Guide to Stop Interpersonal Violence: www.creative-interventions.org/toolkit/ Aya de Leon, “Reconciling Rage and Compassion: The Unfolding #MeToo Moment for Junot Diaz”: transformharm.org/reconciling-rage-and-compassion-the-unfolding-metoo-moment-for-junot-diaz/ “Hollow Water,” directed by Bonnie Dickie: www.nfb.ca/film/hollow_water/ Mia Mingus, “The Four Parts of Accountability & How To Give A Genuine Apology“: leavingevidence.wordpress.com/2019/12/18/how-to-give-a-good-apology-part-1-the-four-parts-of-accountability/ Mia Mingus: www.soiltjp.org & leavingevidence.wordpress.com Bay Area Transformative Justice Collective: batjc.wordpress.com For additional resources, including this episode’s ASL video: WeRiseProduction.com/TheRealWork zAnda of DiaspoRADiCAL: @diaspo.radical on Instagram & soundcloud.com/diasporadical Connect with us at WeRiseProduction@ProtonMail.com, and follow us on Facebook & Instagram at @WeRiseProduction, & on Twitter at @WeRiseProducers. This project is supported by an Investing in Artists Grant from the Center for Cultural Innovation & the City of Oakland’s Cultural Funding Program, and was incubated with initial support from Cal Shakes. read more read less

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