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An Online Resource Library on Gender-Based Violence.

Increasing Access to Transformative Justice in Exploitative Structures; A Series

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Tuesday, July 16, 2024, 02:00PM
- Tuesday, August 27, 2024

This series will consist of 3 parts. Attendees may choose to attend all 3 parts of may choose to just attend one or two of the three.

Webinar 1: Anti-Blackness Across Diasporas; The Historical context of Anti Blackness, Human Trafficking, and Chattel Slavery Across the Diasporas.
July 16, 2:00-3:30 PM ET

In this seminar, we will analyze the myriad of ways that anti-blackness is perpetrated through the maintenance of the industrial prison complex, policing, and the current formation of cop cities across the United States. Additionally, we will discuss how slavery was the birthplace of capitalism as we address the material conditions that black survivors face and how US foreign policy further drives the displacement of Black people across the Americas - making them most vulnerable to human trafficking.

Webinar 2: Pipeline Cycles and Its Modernization; A Framework Summary on the Criminalization of Black/African-American Girls.
July 30, 2:00-3:30 PM ET

This presentation is a intro analysis of The Sexual Abuse to Prison Pipeline: The Girl’s Story, a framework completed by Georgetown Law Center on Poverty and Inequality with the Human Rights Project for Girls. In this presentation we will evaluate the ways in which this directly correlates to the anti-trafficking work we do across the US and the prevention strategies that can be implemented to reduce the criminalization of victims, survivors, and sex workers to stop harmful cycles such as this.

Webinar 3: Suffering at the Margin; Respectability Politics and the Perfect Survivor Narrative
August 27, 2:00-3:30 PM ET

The topic of discussion will cover disability critical race theory and the intersections of inaccessibility to mental health/trauma-informed services and human trafficking in the BIPOC population. During this presentation, we will discuss how respectability politics and the “perfect survivor narrative” further marginalize people of color. 

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Freedom Network USA
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