This conversation features co-hosts Cara Page and Caitlin Breedlove in conversation with organizers Shira Hassan, Mia Mingus and Sonali Sadequee. The conversation came out of the urgency of Black Lives Matter uprisings in Minneapolis, and across the US, to respond to the police murder of George Floyd and this moment of movement building to interrupt white supremacy, policing & state violence, and anti-Blackness. Many of us had reached out to each other, reflecting on the questions; what can abolition, survival and transformation look like in these Covid-Times? This podcast episode is the result; a reflection on the intersection between healing justice and transformative justice. We began with these questions: what are healing and transformative justice? What is the difference between these two frameworks and where do they align? And how are both of these frameworks critical to understanding and practicing abolition work in this moment?
This episode is part of an ongoing series in collaboration with Cara Page, Susan Raffo and Anjali Taneja. Learn more about their work at Healing Histories: Disrupting the Medical Industrial Complex. Editing by David Beasley and transcription support by Nora Rasman. Music by Abhimanyu Janamanchi
Some programming announcements and the new podcast from Auburn Seminary, "Friends for Life" where we learn how to live, thrive, love, and win through the 2020 election season and beyond.
In this episode Macky Alston and Lisa Anderson speak with Raquel Willis and Rev. Lawrence Richardson. Learn more - including a transcript and graphic recording from the convo at Auburn Seminary.