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Know Your Tenant Rights

Location: Old Town Square Fort Collins
Start Time: October 28, 2020 6:00 PM
End Time: October 28, 2020 7:30 PM

If you are a tenant or mobile home owner in the state of Colorado – no matter your income, your language, or your immigration status – YOU HAVE RIGHTS. Join local organizations Fuerza Latina and The Family Center for an expert presentation by lawyers from the Colorado Poverty Law Project. Following the presentation, lawyers will answer questions about your concerns and will provide you the opportunity to set up a free, private consultation following this event.

Join us next Wednesday from 6-7:30pm. https://us02web.zoom.us/j/85875254779 More details in the event description!


Power, Abolition & Healing Justice Virtual Training Series

Location: Zoom
Start Time: October 1, 2020 1:00 PM
End Time: October 3, 2020 3:00 PM

Join us for three amazing programs next weekend with Cesia Domínguez López. Cesia is a tremendous facilitator, curator, & cultural practitioner striving for our collective liberation. Through many methods, she explores Historical Legacies of Healing to center the health and dignity of communities of color. The sessions are offered on a sliding scale from $40-$80. Absolutely no one will be turned away due to lack of funds. Pre-registration is required. The sessions will take place on zoom with simultaneous interpretation.

--> October 1 (1-3pm) - Our Collective Inheritance | Honoring the Abolition Lineage

This is not a moment in time, but a continuation of Ourstory. We can see and feel the lasting impacts resulting from the logic of domination exported worldwide. In this session, we will explore the incarceration technologies the state uses to maintain power and domination while still centering the deep resilience of our abolitionist elders.

--> October 2 (1-3pm) - Our Bodies Are Stories | Know Your Body, Know Your Role

While many of us might have inherited intergenerational trauma, we have also inherited generational legacies of healing, resistance, resilience, and (re)imagination. Our bodies are medicine. In this session, we will explore how our medicine can nourish our abolitionist movements to end incarceration in all its forms.

--> October 3 (1-3pm) - Build Many Worlds | Cultivating Abolition Technologies

We know we don’t want this harmful world, but what structures of care are we building for our new worlds? Inspired by los Zapatistas, this session explores how might we build a world where many different worlds fit? What seeds can we be planting today for our many new worlds? For worlds centered around care and dignity for all bodies?