Calling Up Justice is fiscally sponsored by Intersection for the Arts, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, which allows us to offer you tax deductions for your contributions. Please make checks payable to Intersection for the Arts, and write “Calling Up Justice” in the memo line. This ensures that you’ll receive an acknowledgement letter for tax purposes, and your donation will be available for our project.
One Free Community’s approach to moderation centers community care. Learn about their collaborative process rooted in restorative justice, transformative justice, accountability, and community well-being. Join us as we delve into the heart of inclusive moderation practices at OFC.
Masks for Crips was a mutual aid project that centered the Chicago disability community. Alison Kopit and Chun-shan (Sandie) Yi began the project at the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, and it ran from March 2020 through July 2020.
At Calling Up Justice, we prioritize accessibility and inclusivity in all our meetings. To achieve this, we employ a unique practice called the “Access Hold.” The Access Hold is a proactive and immediate solution designed to address access issues on the spot, ensuring that every participant can fully engage in our meetings.