An Everyday Feminism Webinar

Transformative Justice in the #MeToo Era

How To #SupportSurvivors & Respond To Sexual Violence Outside of Calling the Police

Welcome to the Webinar!

Thank you so much for signing up for the webinar: Transformative Justice in the #MeToo Era. You can access the full webinar below. If you have any questions or issues please feel free to let us know via the contact form at the bottom. Thank you!


Shira Hassan
Webinar Co-Leader, Founder of Just Practice

Shira began working as an activist and with nonprofits as a young person. She has focused on the experiences of girls, boys, transgender and queer youth involved in the sex trade and street economy since 1995. As the former executive director of the Young Women’s Empowerment Project, solving problems without using social services, law enforcement and larger nonprofits became a life saving practice. Since 2014, Shira has been facilitating intensive weekend seminars on community accountability and transformative justice all over the country. She is the founder and principal consultant of Just Practice which works to give activists, community members and nonprofit workers space to learn and make mistakes while incorporating the principles of harm reduction and transformative justice into their work and lives.

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Ejeris Dixon
Webinar Co-Leader; Founding Director, Vision Change Win Consulting

Ejeris Dixon is an organizer, consultant, and political strategist with over 18 years of experience working in racial justice, LGBTQ, anti-violence, and economic justice movements. She is the Founding Director of Vision Change Win Consulting ( where she partners with organizations to build their capacity and deepen the impact of their organizing strategies, management practices, and tools to address harm, violence, and conflict. Ejeris was the Founding Program Coordinator of the Safe OUTside the System Collective at the Audre Lorde Project, where she worked on creating transformative justice strategies to address hate and police violence. Her essay, " Building Community Safety: Practical Steps Toward Liberatory Transformation, " is featured in the anthology Who Do You Serve, Who Do You Protect? Police Violence and Resistance in the United States.

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