As part of JACK's year-long series, Reparations365, JACK offers a community conversation exploring «What could reparations look like?»
Inspired by our expanding definition of reparations explored at earlier series' events, our conversation will be both a dive into past and current examples of reparations and an active brainstorm of fresh possibilities.
What do reparations look like person-to-person? Small-scale? At an institutional level? What are the multiple paths? What's on the «other side»?
Join special guests Adaku Utah (Harriet's Apothecary), Naima Penniman (Wildseed Collective) and Natasha Marin (reparations.me), the JACK team, neighbors, colleagues, special guests, and other fellow humans as we explore what our experience of reparations could BE. Let's Go!
Oh, and THERE WILL BE FOOD!
For more info on the series, visit jackny.org/reparations365.html
Please help us by donating to our Reparations365 Kickstarter here: kickstarter.com/projects/338799633/reparations365
This series is made possible by a Humanities New York Action Grant, by the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature, and from many individual donors.