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Hi all. So excited that Beyond Survival: Strategies and Stories from the Transformative Justice Movement is now available on pre-order through [[AK Press]] starting today. With contributions from [[Alexis Gumbs|Alexis Pauline Gumbs]], [[Janae E. Bonsu]], [[Adrienne Maree Brown]], [[Amanda Aguilar Shank]], [[Generation Five]], [[Mia Mingus]] and the [[Bay Area Transformative Justice Collective]], [[Amita Swadhin]], [[Kai Cheng Thom]], [[Philly Stands Up]], [[Mariame Kaba]], [[Shira Hassan]], [[Mimi Kim]], [[Creative Interventions]], [[Mijente]], [[Oakland Power Projects]], the [[Audre Lorde Project]], [[Chanelle Gallant]], [[Trans Lifeline]], [[Audrey Huntley]], and sooo many more... It was an incredible experience to co-edit this book with [[Leah Lakshmi Piepzna-Samarasinha]].
 
Hi all. So excited that Beyond Survival: Strategies and Stories from the Transformative Justice Movement is now available on pre-order through [[AK Press]] starting today. With contributions from [[Alexis Gumbs|Alexis Pauline Gumbs]], [[Janae E. Bonsu]], [[Adrienne Maree Brown]], [[Amanda Aguilar Shank]], [[Generation Five]], [[Mia Mingus]] and the [[Bay Area Transformative Justice Collective]], [[Amita Swadhin]], [[Kai Cheng Thom]], [[Philly Stands Up]], [[Mariame Kaba]], [[Shira Hassan]], [[Mimi Kim]], [[Creative Interventions]], [[Mijente]], [[Oakland Power Projects]], the [[Audre Lorde Project]], [[Chanelle Gallant]], [[Trans Lifeline]], [[Audrey Huntley]], and sooo many more... It was an incredible experience to co-edit this book with [[Leah Lakshmi Piepzna-Samarasinha]].
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=="International Women's Day with Rasmea Odeh"==
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"International Women's Day with Rasmea Odeh" was held at 37 S Ashland Ave, [[Chicago]] Sunday 8 March 2015, organized by  [[Joe Iosbaker]].
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Special guest [[Rasmea Odeh]]. Her courage and strength as she faces ongoing persecution by the U.S. Dept. of Justice has made her a symbol of the resistance by women in Palestine and in the struggles for national liberation all over the world.
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Other guests included [[Mariame Kaba]], founder of the [[NIA Project]] in Chicago, and one of the members of [[We Charge Genocide]], the group that appeared before the UN Committee on Torture to expose the Chicago Police, [[Sarah Chambers]], a member of the bargaining committee of the [[Chicago Teachers Union]] (CTU) that led the strike in 2012, and co-chair of the [[Caucus of Rank and File Educators]], leaders in CTU, [[Kait McIntyre]], a leading anti-war activist in Chicago, and a member of [[Freedom Road Socialist Organization/FightBack!]].
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Those indicating they would attend on Wherevent included [[Nadine Darwish]], [[Lisa Grown Johnson]], [[Bonnie Coyle]], [[Kait McIntyre]], [[Yiska Schwartz]], [[Nancy Hammond]], [[Charlotte Kates]], [[Rima Isam Anabtawi]], [[Sarah Wild]], [[Julia Mearsheimer]], [[Ahndrea Nicole Sprattling]], [[Nick Suess]], [[Alexandra Westberry|Gofraidh Westberry]], [[Abdullah Al Bayyari Amara]], [[Joe Iosbaker]], [[Alfonso Casal]], [[Timmy Rose]], [[Abdul Rahman Al Sayed-Taha]], [[Dick Reilly]], [[Amoo Sam]], [[Mike Siviwe Elliott]], [[Ben Cline]], [[Zach Taylor]], [[Bill Chambers]], [[Jeff Pickert ]]. <ref>[http://www.wherevent.com/detail/Joe-Iosbaker-International-Womens-Day-with-Rasmea-Odeh Wherevent "International Women's Day with Rasmea Odeh"]</ref>
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Revision as of 11:54, 15 September 2020


Mariame Kaba is Founder and Director at Project NIA. From New York,

"Beyond Survival"

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Ejeris Dixon November 1 2019,

Hi all. So excited that Beyond Survival: Strategies and Stories from the Transformative Justice Movement is now available on pre-order through AK Press starting today. With contributions from Alexis Pauline Gumbs, Janae E. Bonsu, Adrienne Maree Brown, Amanda Aguilar Shank, Generation Five, Mia Mingus and the Bay Area Transformative Justice Collective, Amita Swadhin, Kai Cheng Thom, Philly Stands Up, Mariame Kaba, Shira Hassan, Mimi Kim, Creative Interventions, Mijente, Oakland Power Projects, the Audre Lorde Project, Chanelle Gallant, Trans Lifeline, Audrey Huntley, and sooo many more... It was an incredible experience to co-edit this book with Leah Lakshmi Piepzna-Samarasinha.

"International Women's Day with Rasmea Odeh"

"International Women's Day with Rasmea Odeh" was held at 37 S Ashland Ave, Chicago Sunday 8 March 2015, organized by Joe Iosbaker.

Special guest Rasmea Odeh. Her courage and strength as she faces ongoing persecution by the U.S. Dept. of Justice has made her a symbol of the resistance by women in Palestine and in the struggles for national liberation all over the world.

Other guests included Mariame Kaba, founder of the NIA Project in Chicago, and one of the members of We Charge Genocide, the group that appeared before the UN Committee on Torture to expose the Chicago Police, Sarah Chambers, a member of the bargaining committee of the Chicago Teachers Union (CTU) that led the strike in 2012, and co-chair of the Caucus of Rank and File Educators, leaders in CTU, Kait McIntyre, a leading anti-war activist in Chicago, and a member of Freedom Road Socialist Organization/FightBack!.

Those indicating they would attend on Wherevent included Nadine Darwish, Lisa Grown Johnson, Bonnie Coyle, Kait McIntyre, Yiska Schwartz, Nancy Hammond, Charlotte Kates, Rima Isam Anabtawi, Sarah Wild, Julia Mearsheimer, Ahndrea Nicole Sprattling, Nick Suess, Gofraidh Westberry, Abdullah Al Bayyari Amara, Joe Iosbaker, Alfonso Casal, Timmy Rose, Abdul Rahman Al Sayed-Taha, Dick Reilly, Amoo Sam, Mike Siviwe Elliott, Ben Cline, Zach Taylor, Bill Chambers, Jeff Pickert . [1]

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