When People Who Harm Don’t Consent to Transformative Justice

The reality we must face is that even when liberation comes — people who cause harm may not choose to transform. Consenting to the process and commitment of transformation is difficult even when love, community, and resources are present and available. Everyone will not make the choice to be accountable and transform themselves. And we will have to learn how to adapt when people in our…

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Black Fat Cyborg. Storyteller. HunterAshleigh.com

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