- Leah Lakshmi Piepzna-Samarasinha, queer disabled femme writer
- Mimi Kim, Creative Interventions, Incite!
- Shira Hassan, Young Women’s Empowerment Project
- Ejeris Dixon, Vision Change Win Consulting
As abolitionist and transformative justice movements gain power and traction, many survivors, are asking but what does accountability mean for rape and sexual violence? Black, Indigenous, People of Color, queer and trans, disabled, low-income, immigrant, sex working, and many other oppressed communities have been dealing with sexual violence through TJ for a long time! Join the co-editors and contributors from Beyond Survival: Stories and Strategies of the Transformative Justice Movement for frank discussion, concrete examples, and collaborative strategizing on addressing sexual violence without relying on prisons and policing.