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Prison & Police Abolition with Jason Sole

Jason Marque Sole (he, him, his) is a formerly incarcerated abolitionist. He has been a criminal justice educator for over 11 years and is currently an adjunct professor at Hamline University in the Criminal Justice and Forensic Science Department. He has been a national restorative justice trainer since 2008, leading circles in jails, prisons, and community. In 2019, he received the John Legend “Can’t Just Preach” award for his work to abolish prisons. In addition, Jason is the co-founder of the Humanize My Hoodie Movement in which he challenges threat perceptions about Black people through clothing, art exhibitions, documentary screenings, and workshops. 

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Healing Amidst Hurt

Nekima Levy Armstrong presents a groundbreaking training on the importance of activism and allyship to the anti-racist cause which includes historical context, tips and guidelines, and inspiration for those doing the work. Goals include: Increase awareness and understanding of racial equity and how to put it into practice at work and in daily life; Increase awareness and understanding of common terms, definitions, and concepts related to racial equity, racism, and bias; Bridge the gap in understanding of the history of white supremacy; white privilege, anti-blackness inequality under law, and oppression; Unpack and discuss structural racism and how it shows up in society and in our work; Raise awareness around activism and allyship and how to use privilege to effect change; Identify tools and examples of racial equity in practice and how to shift to the next level.

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Activism & Allyship with Nekima Levy Armstrong

Nekima Levy Armstrong presents a groundbreaking training on the importance of activism and allyship to the anti-racist cause which includes historical context, tips and guidelines, and inspiration for those doing the work. Goals include: Increase awareness and understanding of racial equity and how to put it into practice at work and in daily life; Increase awareness and understanding of common terms, definitions, and concepts related to racial equity, racism, and bias; Bridge the gap in understanding of the history of white supremacy; white privilege, anti-blackness inequality under law, and oppression; Unpack and discuss structural racism and how it shows up in society and in our work; Raise awareness around activism and allyship and how to use privilege to effect change; Identify tools and examples of racial equity in practice and how to shift to the next level.

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