News from the TimeBank


TimeBank welcomes Kayasia Blake to the team!


Timebank would like to introduce our new Restorative Justice Float Coordinator, Kayasia Blake. Ms. Blake got involved with restorative justice as a high school student at Lafollette High School. Since then she has worked with youth at the community level, putting her skills into service at Sankofa and the Lussier Community Education Center. She was also a bright star in the University of Wisconsin Odyssey Project. Please help us welcome Kayasia to our team! 


Transformative Action: A One Day Training for Restorative Justice Abolitionists

Marin Smith and Damita Brown co-led the TimeBank’s most recent circle training titled: Transformative Action: A One Day Training for Restorative Justice Abolitionists. The workshop delves into practical steps towards becoming a effective co-conspirator in the work to end racism and support the expansion of effective restorative justice circles in our schools and community. This training will be offered again April 5. For more details please visit the TimeBank website.

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Restorative Justice Open House 

Beginning March 1st, we will offer an Open House to help people learn more about restorative justice work and stay connected. Community members, practitioners, parents, activists, and anyone interested is invited to join us for music, refreshments and socializing every first Sunday of the month from 4 to 5 pm at the Social Justice Center.

For more info, contact Damita Brown, at Damita@danecountytimebank.org.

See the listing on our events page for details on the March 1st event



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