We’re doing a workshop at F.A.D.G.E Fest Saturday!
To Call Out or to be Called Out – The Accountability Question: Intimate Abuse doesn’t only affect individuals, but friends, families, and communities. In the past decade, community groups around the country have built a new politic of radical accountability to confront abuse and sexual violence and avoid using oppressive structures like the police and prison systems. The struggle of working to support survivors and transform perpetrators is key to maintaining a healthy and safe community. While this work is riddled with complications, conflict, and dead-ends, there can also be real transformation. We’ll share some useful tools and experiences in fighting intimate abuse.