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Cancelled – We Keep Us Safe: Building Secure, Just, and Inclusive Communities
March 15, 2020 @ 7:30 pm - 8:30 pmFree
[From Powell’s website:
Powell’s Books Suspends Event Programming Through April 2020
Following Governor Kate Brown’s announcement of new rules to slow the spread of COVID-19 and our own commitment to ensure the safety of our employees and customers, Powell’s is cancelling all author events, book clubs, and other scheduled gatherings at each of our store locations through the end of April 2020.
Please check back here for updates, and thank you for your patience as we continue to adjust our plans as national and local events unfold.]
As the effects of aggressive policing and mass incarceration harm historically marginalized communities and tear families apart, how do we define safety? In We Keep Us Safe (Beacon), community leader and lawyer Zach Norris lays out a radical way to shift the conversation about public safety away from fear and punishment and toward growth and support systems for our families and communities. Norris offers a groundbreaking new vision for public safety that overturns more than 200 years of fear-based discrimination, othering, and punishment.