A conversation about survivor-centered reform

“What if responses to violence were survivor-centered?” – Danielle Sered

Join us for a conversation with one of the most compelling criminal justice advocates in the country.

You’re invited to hear and speak with Danielle Sered, a leading voice on survivor-centered reform who advocates for justice that reduces both violence and incarceration.

“Uncommon Justice” with Danielle Sered

Photo of Danielle SeredThursday, October 19 at 11:30 am – 1:00 pm
Lewis and Clark College
Templeton Campus Center, Council Chamber
0615 SW Palatine Hill Rd. Portland, OR 97219

The event is free and open to the public. 
Because campus parking is limited, you may consider using Trimet or parking downtown and using the Lewis and Clark Shuttle to reach the venue.

Sered’s thinking is both provocative and challenging. She invites us to re-envision justice by presenting a compelling blueprint for how we can reduce both violence and incarceration. She grapples with the world’s complexity and simultaneously emphasizes meeting the needs of people harmed by crime, ensuring accountability, and advancing racial equity. 

About Danielle Sered

Danielle Sered is founder and director of Common Justice, which develops and advances solutions to violence that meet the needs of those harmed, advance racial equity, and offer alternatives to incarceration. She previously served as deputy director of Vera’s Adolescent Reentry Initiative, led programs for court- and justice-involved youth, and has extensive experience in trauma-informed care and restorative justice.

We look forward to seeing you there!