November 17, 2020
Join Host, Maya Carey (they/them), and brand new host, Stephanie Mobley (she/her), for a discussion on how the podcast is shifting towards a lens of Transformative Justice and Abolition. In Maya and Stephanie’s first episode together, they explore their reasons for taking a deeper dive into the survivor centered and grassroots lead approach of Transformative Justice. Listen as they give thanks to their BIPOC foremothers who paved the way for the expansive thinking like community accountability, mutual aid, and harm reduction.
You can stay connected with HopeWorks by following our Instagram and Facebook @HopeWorksofHC. The submission season for our two arts magazine’s Dragonfly
,for adults, and Cultivate
, for youth, are both open. Submissions for Dragonfly close March 1, 2021 and Cultivate submissions close April 2021. Also, Join us for our next book club meeting for Between the Lines: A Liberation Book Club where Maya and the group will discuss Adrienne Maree Brown’s “Pleasure Activism: The Politics of Feeling Good” on Monday, November 30th. Visit our website, wearehopeworks.org