Project NIA developed these educational resources to help grassroots activists teach transformative and reformative justice practices in their communities. Share, distribute, and above all, USE these resources where it helps your activism and advocacy.
Two Sides of Justice Curriculum
Curriculum resource to accompany the “Two Sides of Justice” (https://soundcloud.com/2sidesofjustice) audio stories. This curriculum resource was created for educators and organizers who would like to use the stories to start or extend discussions about harm, violence, and criminalization in their communities.
How to Share Space: Creating Community in Classrooms and Beyond
Tools and insights for educators to help create alternatives to punishment in classrooms based on cutting edge research in education and human development. Designed to be accessible and malleable enough to be adapted for use by families, organizations, clubs or any group.
Open Letter to the Anti-Rape Movement, 1977
Early on, the anti-rape and anti-domestic violence movements were riddled with internal tensions between those who worried that the movements would be co-opted by the state and those who deeply believed that the state needed to be responsive to the demands of penal punishment. The concerns presented in 1977 are still relevant in 2020.