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Hosted by Andrus Family Fund Director, Mishi Faruqee, Out Of The Margins explores social justice philanthropy issues with candid conversation through an abolitionist lens.
Produced by: Sol Design Co.

Out Of The Margins Andrus Family Fund

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Hosted by Andrus Family Fund Director, Mishi Faruqee, Out Of The Margins explores social justice philanthropy issues with candid conversation through an abolitionist lens.
Produced by: Sol Design Co.

    Organizing for Abolition. Envisioning Liberation. Continuing the Conversation with National Center for Youth Law and upEND Movement

    Organizing for Abolition. Envisioning Liberation. Continuing the Conversation with National Center for Youth Law and upEND Movement

    The last episode of our podcast series Organizing for Abolition. Envisioning Liberation. featured two leading voices in the family policing abolitionist movement, Kristen Weber of the National Center for Youth Law and Alan Dettlaff of upEND Movement. In our new bonus episode, ​Kristen and Alan continue the conversation on the abolition of family policing systems — sharing alternative policy and advocacy strategies that can hold family policing systems accountable while ending harm and improving conditions for families. The extended conversation features questions from our board members and a discussion on achieving long-term goals. Listen here, or watch the conversation on our YouTube channel. 

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    Organizing for Abolition. Envisioning Liberation. with National Center for Youth Law and upEND Movement

    Organizing for Abolition. Envisioning Liberation. with National Center for Youth Law and upEND Movement

    We close our podcast series, Organizing for Abolition. Envisioning Liberation., with a very special episode. Recorded in person at our annual board meeting, we're joined by two of the leading voices in the family policing abolitionist movement. Kristen Weber of the National Center for Youth Law and Alan Dettlaff of upEND Movement discuss family policing through the lens of racial justice and how our current system is an extension of slavery — in which Black families continue to be disproportionately separated and criminalized. Listen to the full episode to hear more about how family policing fits into the broader abolitionist movement.

    Learn more about National Center for Youth Law:
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    Music by Bre Stoves, "Untold Story" from Care, Not Control (The Album)


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    • 17 min
    Organizing for Abolition. Envisioning Liberation. with MFP and JMAC

    Organizing for Abolition. Envisioning Liberation. with MFP and JMAC

    In this episode of Organizing for Abolition. Envisioning Liberation. we hear from Erin Miles Cloud, co-founder of Movement for Family Power and Joyce McMillan, founder and executive director of Just Making a Change for Families. They share what led them to creating organizations where they could have autonomy to challenge the status quo, and discuss their vision of abolition and the next steps to achieving it. Erin and Joyce also touch on the need for more support,  highlighting the first in-person convening for family policing abolition hosted by upEND Movement. 


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    Music by Bre Stoves, "Untold Story" from Care, Not Control (The Album)
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    This podcast is produced by Sol Design.

    • 19 min
    Organizing for Abolition. Envisioning Liberation. with CJSF and AEJ

    Organizing for Abolition. Envisioning Liberation. with CJSF and AEJ

    In the third episode of Organizing for Abolition. Envisioning Liberation. we hear from Jaime Koppel of Communities for Just Schools Fund and Geoffrey Winder of the Alliance for Educational Justice. They discuss abolition in the context of educational justice, and why dismantling schools’ policing infrastructure, culture and practice is crucial to that justice. Jaime and Geoffrey also touch on why creating the environment for schools to be safe spaces can enable individual students to thrive and lead to the liberation of whole communities.

    Learn more about our grantee partner, Communities for Just Schools Fund:
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    Music by Bre Stoves, "Untold Story" from Care, Not Control (The Album)
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    This podcast is produced by Sol Design.

    • 31 min
    Organizing for Abolition. Envisioning Liberation. with Puente

    Organizing for Abolition. Envisioning Liberation. with Puente

    In the second episode of Organizing for Abolition. Envisioning Liberation. we hear from Michelle Ruiz and Jayden Huerta of Puente Human Rights Movement in Phoenix, AZ. They discuss their experiences as youth organizers including advocating for the removal of police in schools, educating their community and empowering other students. They also address why police are not the answer to keep students safe and propose a restorative justice approach as an alternative.

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    Music by Bre Stoves, "Untold Story" from Care, Not Control (The Album)
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    This podcast is produced by Sol Design.

    • 20 min
    Organizing for Abolition. Envisioning Liberation. with CURYJ

    Organizing for Abolition. Envisioning Liberation. with CURYJ

    A new season of our podcast kicks off with a brand new series that centers youth in the movement to abolish harmful systems: Organizing for Abolition. Envisioning Liberation. Hosted by AFF Director Mishi Faruqee, each episode in this limited series will feature grantee partners, youth leaders and/or allies who share their visions for community-centered approaches that support youth and families.   
     
    In this first episode, we hear from Brenda Gomez and Xochtil Larios of Communities United for Restorative Youth Justice (CURYJ) in Oakland, CA. They discuss their journey from being incarcerated as teenagers and being empowered by CURYJ to their continued evolution as youth leaders in the abolition movement and how CURYJ continues to support young people to #DreamBeyondBars. 

    Learn more about CURYJ:
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    Music by Bre Stoves, "Untold Story" from Care, Not Control (The Album)
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    This podcast is produced by Sol Design.

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