This year, Alliance for a Just Society is hosting a series of webinars discussing techniques used in different parts of the country to combat racism and criminalization. Our most recent webinar focused on tactics for ending police collaboration with Immigration officials. This Friday, at 11 a.m., join us for a webinar on Native American storytelling. Click here to register for the storytelling webinar.
A little bit about our last webinar: Throughout the country, police have been partnering with immigration services, resulting in unfair targeting and treatment of racial minorities. On July 1, the Alliance for a Just Society and the Center for Intercultural Organizing convened a live webinar discussion about ending collaboration between local law enforcement agencies and Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE).
In addition to educating participants on the police-ICE collaboration and its effects on our communities, our panelists discussed strategies to end the collaboration, focusing on how we can build policies at a local level in order to help assemble what we hope to see happen at a national level.
We are excited to showcase three very accomplished and passionate speakers in the recording of this live webinar: Nicole Brown, field director for the Center for Intercultural Organizing; Alisa Wellek, co-executive director for the Immigrant Defense Project; and Stephen Manning, a partner at Immigrant Law Group PC.
This webinar is presented as part of the Beyond Cell Blocks And Border Stops webinar series, and is hosted by Danisha Christian.
Join us for our next webinar on Friday, Aug, 15 at 11 a.m.
As Native people, no one knows our issues better than our people. Storytelling, an art form that is indigenous to us, can be used to shift power dynamics and substantiate ourselves as experts on the social justice issues that we fight for.
Join us to learn about ways to capture the stories that live our communities, use them to make a case for change, build and leverage power in campaigns.
Click here to register for the storytelling webinar