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June 6 @ 6:30 pm

Join a panel discussion on abolitionist community archives featuring six narrators from the Rikers Public Memory, Texas After Violence, and The Visiting Room projects. We are honored for these panelists to share their brilliance — to discuss how lived experience becomes lived expertise; better understand the value of what it means to share your story; and collectively challenge narratives of crime and punishment in our communities. This event is an invitation to listen, to learn, and to weave together narrative threads from New York, Texas, and Louisiana. The panel will be moderated by Kandra Clark (Exodus Transitional Communities). Don’t miss out – the event will also be livestreamed at this link. This event is made possible thanks to support from Trinity Wall Street Philanthropies.

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June 6
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6:30 pm
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