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Everyday Transformative Justice


Transformative Justice (TJ) is a framework for organizing and activism that we believe in and practice at Spring Up. TJ is both a philosophy of care and collective liberation, as well as a collection of practices exploring how we respond to violence and harm within ourselves and our communities. But what does that all mean, really? And how can we begin to implement and embody the ideas and practices of Transformative Justice in our everyday lives? Words and phrases like “community care,” “generative conflict,” and “accountability” all sound great, but what do they really look like in our lives?


These are exactly the questions we hope to be able to tackle with you in our Everyday Transformative Justice webinar, now able to be booked on our website. In the webinar, we will dive into concepts like accountability and how we can practice on a small scale daily, how to plan for safety and care, and informed consent.


This webinar is brief, between 60 and 90 minutes, designed to be an easily digestible introduction to some of these ideas, with the ability to be adapted to fit the audience background and goal outcomes. Whether you are a community organizing collective, a school or university, a student group, an intentional living community, a cooperative, a professional association - or any group hoping to learn more about transformative justice.


Upon purchase, a member of the Spring Up team will contact you in the next 7-10 days to finalize scheduling and talk about potential add-ons.


Please note that the date for your event must be at least 3 weeks from booking (unless the timeline has already been discussed and approved by a Spring Up team member in writing prior to purchase).


Our current 2023 booking availability:

Spring: February 11 - April 1 → 7 weeks

Summer: June 5 - July 13 → 6 weeks

Fall: September 25 - November 2 → 6 weeks


We look forward to seeing you!


*Please only choose the reduced rate for groups of less than 25, held by informal and grassroots collectives and student groups*

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