Participants build awareness and skills around restorative practices and understanding the root causes of violence.
Restorative practices recognize that oppression is at the root of all forms of violence and harm. It aims to address those oppressions on all levels and treats this concept as an integral part to accountability and healing.
Survivors, directly impacted folks, marginalized communities.
Healing circles and dialogue and accountability processes.
Through your contributions we are able to continue providing support to survivors and directly impacted community members
Through our various campaigns we are influencing policy change and developing alternatives to the criminal legal system that do not rely on state violence.
We have supported over 100+ survivors who were experiencing hardship due to the COVID-19 pandemic with basic needs assistance, such as rental assistance, grocery deliveries, and utility payments.
Our project greatly benefits from rom our partnership with Rainier Valley Corps and rests on on the collaboration of values-aligned partners including:
We are deeply grateful for the generous support of our committed supporters. Collective Justice currently receives support from philanthropic organizations and individuals including: