Social Media Features: August & September 20229/12/2022
This summer, we piloted regular social media features aimed at keep us connected with you, while cultivating curiosity, knowledge sharing, and action. We are looking forward to continuing these posts into the fall – and adding new ones along the way!
Below, you will find a summary of the features from August and September (so far). Follow us on social media for more, and check out June / July’s social media roundup.
“The More You Know Mondays” is a resource-sharing feature, where we showcase articles, reports, books, and more that discuss abolition, the prison industrial complex, cultivating care in our communities, and other relevant social justice topics. These resources range from CAEFS material to work by academics, activists, artists, and other organizations!
- “Rehearsals for Living” by Robyn Maynard and Leanne Betasamosake Simpson
- “By Any Other Name: A 15 Day Spotlight on Solitary Confinement in Canada” co-written by CAEFS, John Howard Society, and Prison Legal Services
- “Abolitionist Intimacies” by El Jones
- Territorial Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women, Girls and Two-spirit peoples action plans – Yukon, Northwest Territories, and Inuit Strategies
“What We Do Wednesdays” is all about CAEFS – learn more about who we are, what we are working on, and how you can get involved.
- Membership Engagement and Capacity Building
- Challenging Dry-Celling
- Presentations and Panel Discussions
- Northern Capacity Building
“Fact Friday” is where we share a quick fact related to our work. Here are the questions we’ve answered. Click the link to be connected to the answer!
- When did CAEFS begin supporting the abolition of prisons?
- Can youth be given life sentences in Canada?
- In the Yukon, Northwest Territories, and Nunavut, many Indigenous governments have their own traditional justice laws and systems.
Have a resource you want us to feature or a question you’d like us to answer? Get in touch via social media or email us at email@example.com.
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