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Justice Matters to US – A social justice series

December 16, 2021 @ 3:30 pm - 5:00 pm PST

A monthly series of workshops based on the four principles of social jusitice.

About this event

Justice Matters to US is a series of curated events discussing the practice of social justice within our communities, as experienced during the COVID-19 pandemic and George Floyd uprisings. Each month will discuss 1 of the 4 principles of social justice framed around the theme of Covid-19, with community leaders, leading advocates, and creative artists. Along with conversations, there will be opportunities for interactive collaboration amongst attendees and facilitators through breakout groups.

Human Rights – Thurs. December 16, 2021 – Speakers: Emerald Garner, Founder of We Can’t Breathe and Stanley Mark, Senior Staff Attorney at the Asian American Legal Defense and Education Fund

Equity/Diversity – Thurs. January 13, 2022

Engagement – Thurs. February 10, 2022

All events are from 6:30pm – 8:00pm via Zoom, except for the last workshop will be in person at a location TBD.

Past Event:

Access – Thurs. November 18, 2021 – Speakers: Ramapo Munsee Lenape Chief Dewaine Perry and Rhode Island Indian Council Executive Director Darrell Waldron

The series Justice Matters to US is presented by the LES Social Justice Working Group; curated by the Black Gotham Experience; and sponsored by Henry Street Settlement.

Venue

Online

To submit your event, please send the event name, description, instructions for registration and/or attendance, the organizer’s name, and organizer’s website to: calendar@dontcallthepolice.com

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