Mariame Kaba is an organizer, educator and curator whose work focuses on racial justice, gender justice, transformative/restorative justice, ending violence, dismantling the prison industrial complex, and supporting youth leadership development. She is the founder and director of Project NIA, a grassroots organization with a vision to end youth incarceration. She has co-founded multiple organizations and projects over the years including We Charge Genocide, the Chicago Freedom School, the Chicago Taskforce on Violence against Girls and Young Women, the Chicago Alliance to Free Marissa Alexander and Survived & Punished collective among others. Her writing has appeared in the Nation Magazine, the Guardian, The Washington Post, In These Times, Teen Vogue, The New Inquiry and more. She runs Prison Culture blog (www.usprisonculture.com/blog).

Past Classes with Mariame Kaba

March 21 @ 6:30 pm

A Call to Negro Women: A (Little Known) Black Feminist Manifesto -- A Discussion Circle

Join Mariame Kaba during Women's History Month for a discussion about the Sojourners and their "Call to Negro Women."
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