Join the BATJC for a community event on August 9th!

Want to know more about the BATJC and meet other great folks committed to transformative justice?
Join the BATJC on August 9th from 12pm-2pm in Oakland for our next BUILD!*  
 
Connect with good folks over good food and get inspired by local transformative justice work. This is a great chance to learn more about the BATJC’s work to build and support transformative justice responses to child sexual abuse in the Bay Area and find out how you can get involved. Come hangout with us, meet new folks or simply get to know them better, and hear about what we’ve been up to.
We will also be passing the hat to help cover venue costs for our 6 month TJ Study. Any funds (big or small) that you have to give will greatly help us out. And if you’d like to give online, you can donate here, as well as view our wish list for in-kind donations that are always helpful.
*Please RSVP here for the location address and so we know how many people to feed.  BATJC members will be providing food for lunch and of course, you’d like to hep out with food, just let us know.
Contact us with any questions.  Feel free to bring friends and family with you.
PS: If you would like to receive emails about upcoming BATJC events, you can sign-up by emailing us here.
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About batjc

The Bay Area Transformative Justice Collaborative (BATJC) is a community collective of individuals working to build and support transformative justice responses to child sexual abuse. We are based in the San Francisco Bay Area of California. We envision a world where communities can intervene in incidences of child sexual abuse in ways that not only meet immediate needs, but also prevent future violence and harm, by actively cultivate healing, accountability and resiliency for all — survivors, bystanders, and those who have abused others. We hope we can serve as a resource for individuals and groups interested in transformative justice and child sexual abuse work. Contact us here with questions or offers to collaborate.

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