Workshops and talks

SPEAKING ENGAGEMENTS

USC Vice Provost Luncheon

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12.PresProvLnchn2018

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17.PresProvLnchn2018

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99.PresProvLnchn2018

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NAACP 28th Annual MLK Breakfast

National SawDust Presentation
Art and Abolition

“I think that the way you presented things in such an easy way made it really comprehensive even though it is a pretty complex subject. Also, being able to discuss it and learn more about it while hearing other's opinions was really interesting. Being able to hear about another potential way of doing things, and how it can change our society was enriching. Also, the work presented on the different websites you showed us, was absolutely amazing, and truly loved it.”
Omayma

Armory

In this climate, abolition, a call for the complete removal of the current system of incarceration and policing that looks beyond reform has increasingly become a viable strategy in working toward safer, healthier communities. Join artists and abolitionists Mims and Cecilia Sweet-Coll for an abolitionist workshop and conversation moderated by the Armory’s Heber Rodriguez as they discuss the abolitionist movement and its strategies while reflecting on the demonstrations, protests, and milestone events during the past year.

Active Voice Part 4:
Art and Abolition in Los Angeles