$25 – $75

History of Black Abolition Movements: from Chattel Slavery to New Jim Crow

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This Black History Month learn how the roots of the Black Abolitionist movement in the United States apply to our lives today!

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The live workshop is Saturday, February 6, from 9-11am Pacific

A portion of the event proceeds with go to the Abolitionist Teaching Network

After a combination of pre-session learning (coming soon) and a live 2hr interactive workshop on Zoom, participants will:

  • Connect the institutions of chattel slavery and slave catchers to modern day prison labor and police.
  • Learn the history of this work from Black abolitionists like Frederick Douglas, Angela Davis, Mariame Kaba, Ruth Wilson Gilmore, Critical Resistance, Bettina Love, & more.
  • Demonstrate the daily practices of Abolition beyond rhetoric.
  • Connect with others doing this work across the world.

This workshop is an introduction to a 3 part series of workshops on "Practicing Abolition in the Classroom" where Demointé will help educators explore: Abolitionist Teaching Techniques (March 13), Resisting Carceral Logic in the Classroom (April 10), Building Collective Courage (May 8)

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