New Resource available from WNPJ Member Group Families for Justice

In this three-part series, Families for Justice hopes to provide relevant resources, thought pieces, and conversation starters curated for those parenting, caring for, and supporting children as we critically examine the institution and function of police and policing, systems of incarceration, and abolitionist alternatives that further models of safety, community care, and repair of harm deeply rooted in racial and transformative justice.

While a wealth of resources has emerged in the past year to explore these topics with intellectual vigor for adults, these resources are rarely directed towards parents families or those in caring and supportive roles who would like to critically engage with young people.

Click here ---> to explore this three part resource



Families for Justice of Dane County 
Contact: Robin Lankton