#1MExperiments



A Virtual Zine Project
c/o Project Nia & Interrupting Criminalization

Explore snapshots of community-based safety strategies that expand our ideas about what keeps us safe.

One Million Experiments is...

︎︎︎ a place to browse community-based safety projects for inspiration, 

︎︎︎ a podcast featuring experiment creators,

︎︎︎ a zine series that highlights the nuts and bolts of particular projects, and

︎︎︎ an opportunity to share your projects.

Experiments updated at the beginning of the month. Follow @interruptcrim for news.



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The Radical Monarchs

“The Radical Monarchs, Girl Scouts-like alternative focused on the needs and experiences of girls of color, create opportunities for young girls of color to form fierce sisterhood, celebrate their identities and contribute radically to their communities...”

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N4 Collective

“N4 Collective is an incubator hub of storytellers. They provide space for creative collaboration for artists with similar or different background experiences focusing on the essential need for narrative change...”

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NYC TJ HUB

For one year, from Fall 2019 to Summer 2020, the New York City Transformative Justice Hub ran bi-monthly political education workshops for the public followed by a consultation space for groups already involved in CA work to troubleshoot processes.

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Guns Down, Squabble Up

“Fighting under the motto ‘guns down, squabble up,’ promoters DGoot and Josh Brito give fighters a space to settle disputes outside the streets.”

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Men Making a Difference

“Founded in 2014, the group’s mission is to combat violence and to build programs to “restore” people to the community, based off the principles of restorative justice. Calhoun speaks often about putting the word ‘neighbor’ back in ‘hood.’”

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 SO FRESH SATURDAYS 

“This is really to reclaim our parks in the name of peace,” said R.A.G.E founder AySha Butler. “Our parks have been deemed as dangerous places, and us as residents refuse to let that be the narrative.”

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