THIS EVENT IS SOLD OUT
BYP100 Durham Chapter invites you to a political education session that equips community members with practical tactics and ways to intervene in our local community when we witness violence happening.
This week, join us for the launch of #SheSafeWeSafe, a national campaign to end both state and interpersonal patriarchal violence against Black women, femmes, girls, and gender non-conforming people. Together we will build on the Black Queer Feminist tradition and abolitionist politic of BYP100. This is a mini training offering to our community that's saying, "since we know the cops don't keep us safe, here are 5 tangible ways that we can intervene to de-escalate violence by ourselves when we see it in our Durham community."
Food and childcare provided.
This space is open to all community members who want to end state and interpersonal gender based violence in Durham.