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Self-Accountability & Movement Building

with Shannon Perez-Darby

Accountability is a human skill, not something that happens to bad people. How many times have movements been pulled apart not because of external forces but because of internal conflict and strife? So often we ask how others can be accountable without first looking internally and asking, "How have I been accountable?" Join us to explore the role self-accountability plays in building strong, sustainable movements. We'll discuss how self-accountability—that is accountability with and for ourselves—is essential in building accountable communities and the movements to sustain them.


Shannon Perez-Darby is an anti-violence advocate, author, and activist working to create the conditions to support loving, equitable relationships and communities. With over 15 years of experience, Shannon centers queer and trans communities of color while working to address issues of domestic violence, accountability, and prison abolition.


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