Building Accountable Communities // Part 1
Accountability is a familiar buzz-word in contemporary social movements, but what does it mean? How do we work toward it? In this series of four short videos, anti-violence activists Kiyomi Fujikawa and Shannon Perez-Darby ask and explore: What does it look like to be accountable to survivors without exiling or disposing those who do harm?
On October 26, 2018, Kiyomi and Shannon will join us for an online discussion exploring models of building accountable communities. This conversation will be framed by audience questions and moderated by Mariame Kaba. Learn more about the event, join the conversation, and watch the full series of videos at bcrw.barnard.edu/event/building-accountable-communities/
Conversation created by Kiyomi Fujikawa and Shannon Perez-Darby. Filmed by Christina Antonakos-Wallace. Videos edited by Dean Spade and Hope Dector. Part of a series of workshops and videos on community accountability and transformative justice; conceived by Mariame Kaba, Just Practice Collaborative, and Project NIA.
The NorthWest Network of Bi, Trans, Lesbian and Gay Survivors of Abuse
Shannon Perez-Darby: “The Secret Joy of Self Accountability”
Connie Burk: “Think. Re-Think: Accountable Communities”
From: The Revolution Starts at Home: Confronting Intimate Partner Violence in Activist Communities (AK PRESS, eds. Chen, Dulani and Piepzna-Samarasinha)
Ending Child Sexual Abuse: A Transformative Justice Handbook
Creative Interventions Toolkit
Bay Area Transformative Justice Collective