Tucson Livestream of «Ever After: Stories of Violence, Accountability, and Healing»
Join us as we premiere Common Justice's series of short videos with people who have survived or committed harm. The screening will be followed by a panel discussion that will explore healing, safety, and accountability. New York panelists include Fatimah Muhammad, Khalil Cumberbatch, Donna Hylton, and Marc Levin.
Tucson is one of 20 U.S. cities hosting this livestream of the videos and New York panel. We will then offer our own local panel, featuring the work of multiple Tucson organizations pioneering a new approach to local community safety and sustainability, including Flowers & Bullets, Tierra y Libertad Organization, LOCAS, Ojalá, Tucson Second Chance Community Bail Fund, and AFSC-Arizona.
The purpose of «Ever After» is to: 1) provide people a platform to tell their stories about violence and healing; 2) dislodge the old narrative about violence (i.e. what survivors want, who responsible parties are and can be, or what healing, safety, and accountability really look like); and 3) introduce elements of a new narrative that identifies the current system’s deficiencies and points our way to what is possible.