Hiring Local Coordinator for Untokening Detroit!
Call for Collaborators: Untokening Detroit Advisory Committee
The Untokening collective is seeking a temporary, part-time co-coordinator for our next gathering: Untokening Detroit. Compensation — based on 10-15 hour work week — is $20/hour. The rolling review of applications will continue until we find the right match. Preferred start date is before August 30th. Read the full description and please share with your networks! (Photo: Rachel Horn, local coordinator for Untokening California)
Webinar discussion on Untokening Mobility
Untokening Detroit is an opportunity for leaders of color and those from marginalized communities to come together in a space of support, solidarity, and healing to address mobility justice issues. To guide the vision and planning of this convening, we're creating an Advisory Committee comprised of leaders of color and people with marginalized identities with interest or experience working in and observing mobility advocacy, planning, and policy spaces.
Untokening Mobility: Beyond Pavement, Paint and Place
On February 5, the writing and editing committee that created the Principles of Mobility Justice and the Untokening Mobility narrative reflected on the process of teasing out common themes and challenges from the wide ranging discussion at our first Untokening convening in Atlanta.
Untokening 1.0 — Principles of Mobility Justice
This narrative was created from group discussion notes gathered at "The Untokening: A Convening for Just Streets & Mobility" held in Atlanta in 2016. We would like to thank all of the attendees and notetakers for their contributions. This document was edited in 2017 by Adonia Lugo, Naomi Doerner, Do Lee, Sarah McCullough, Sahra Sulaiman and Carolyn Szczepanski.
#Untokening Twitter chat: Moving beyond tokenism
These principles were drafted using perspectives gathered at "The Untokening: A Convening for Just Streets & Communities" held in Atlanta, GA on November 13, 2016. Instead of offering ready-made solutions, these principles outline recommendations for mobility justice that are rooted in the liberation of historically marginalized communities.
On October 3, in advance of the 2017 Untokening convening in Los Angeles, leaders explored how to move beyond tokenism to community-centered mobility equity.