Healing-Centered Liberation Policy

Healing-Centered Liberation Policy

We must reimagine how public policy can respond to inequity beyond our existing systems. Our current mental health, education, and workforce development systems, among others, are steeped in historical and structural racism. Healing-centered liberation policy thinks beyond what is and demands what should be. It requires new decision-making structures, acknowledges failed and abandoned policies, and recognizes both historical harms and ongoing discrimination.

Jul 23, 2020 | Event | CLASP

This panel will explore these questions and more with young movement leaders who are advancing justice and healing in their communities.

Aug 27, 2020 | Event

The first of a two-part series of online engagements focused on healing-centered liberation policy. This discussion will uplift movements to divest from law enforcement and mass incarceration and invest in historically oppressed communities.
 

Sep 3, 2020 | Event

Join CLASP in in the second of a series of online engagements focused on healing-centered liberation policy. This two-part discussion will uplift movements to divest from law enforcement and mass incarceration and invest in historically oppressed communities.

Sep 8, 2020 | Other Pages | Youth and Young Adults

Join CLASP in in the second of a series of online engagements focused on healing-centered liberation policy. This two-part discussion will uplift movements to divest from law enforcement and mass incarceration and invest in historically oppressed communities.

Sep 16, 2020 | Event | Isha Weerasinghe

Join CLASP in of a series of online engagements focused on healing-centered liberation policy. Cara Page is a Black queer feminist cultural/memory worker, curator, and organizer.