BUILDING THE SOIL FOR TRANSFORMATIVE JUSTICE
SOIL provides transformative justice capacity building through education and skills building trainings.
In addition, we collaborate with strategic partners, work to connect TJ-oriented people and communities together through our Mycelium Networks, and create tools that can support people in their everyday TJ work.
SOIL works with different kinds of groups including, but not limited to: organizations, networks, alliances, coalitions, communities, groups of multiple pods, community groups that are not 501(c)3s, intimate networks, and families.
Entry-level transformative justice trainings that do not require previous knowledge about TJ.
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201 level trainings are usually for SOIL strategic partners and require 101 training as prerequisites.
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Work done with our strategic partners including trainings and beyond.
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Building formations to connect.
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Creating tools to support everyday TJ.
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