Community Lab for Intentional Practice (CLIP)
The Lab is focused on providing an alternative community space for developing abolitionist, co-conspirator and restorative justice practices that eliminate racial disparities in Dane County and empower the voices of those most impacted. CLIP prioritizes expanding self-awareness and the ability to offer transformative practice at interpersonal and institutional levels of engagement. Recognizing that unlearning the ways we participate in white supremacist culture are deeply ingrained, members are committed to consistent and long term work.
CLIP offers ongoing restorative circle opportunities, anti-racism, institutional harm, and practice that builds capacity to relate to real life and hypothetical scenarios. Our work in the lab also includes opportunities to engage in creative, contemplative and collaborative projects that dismantle institutional injustice and develops alternative infrastructure.
Organizations are welcome to request lab sessions that respond to their specific needs.
Currently labs are meeting on the third Monday of every month from 2:30-3:30pm.
This meeting will be held over Zoom. You can RSVP for CLIP with this link.