MFOLSJ Workshop 1: Recap

Thank you so much to the attendees of MFOLSJ’s first workshop, Redefining Safety: Understanding Intersectionality with Racial Justice and Gun Violence Prevention, and our wonderful speakers— Dr. Cassandra Crifasi, Gabriel Garcia, and Yasmine Mabene! We hope you all gained insight into the prevention of gun violence and police brutality, and how you specifically can help.

If you missed the workshop, you can watch it below:

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