How can research be part of the voice and power of marginalized communities? What are examples of this and what principles and practices bring this vision to life? This workshop will use interactive formats and practical examples from the experiences of three leading practitioners. All three have been deeply engaged in developing and applying a Research Justice framework, based on values of self-determination for marginalized communities. The workshop will cover principles and strategies for Research Justice, first-hand accounts of communities using this approach, and ample time for discussion and application of the framework to participants’ own work. Some of the projects that will be discussed were featured in the recent book, Research Justice: Methodologies for Social Change, edited by Andrew Jolivétte.