HEALING JUSTICE, MUTUAL AID, AND ABOLITIONIST FEMINISM

Tanuja Jagernauth is a playwright and practitioner of transformative and healing justice. When she is not creating spaces for mutual aid, collective creation, and transformative dialogue, she works for the Little Village Environmental Justice Organization as their Operations and Just Culture Manager. She believes in creating strong containers for the next world.

Sangeetha Ravichandran is a queer South Asian activist scholar, an art therapist and a current PhD student at the University of Illinois at Chicago in the sociology program. She has worked alongside survivors of interpersonal and state violence for over 10 years. Her current

research examines biosurveillance through its interlinks with carcerality, US liberal counterinsurgencies and feminism. She currently organizes with Love & Protect.

 

Co-organized with DePaul Women's Center, Center forCommunity Health Equity & Peace, Justice and Conflict Studies

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please register using the following Eventbrite link to obtain Zoom login link to the event.

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/healing-justice-mutual-aid-and-abolitionist-feminism-tickets-121525208169

 

Wednesday, September 30 at 6:00pm to 7:30pm

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Event Type

Speaker/Presenters

Departments

Centers and Institutes, Center for Black Diaspora

Website

https://las.depaul.edu/centers-and-in...

Cost

Free and Open to the Public

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