#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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FILTER BY CATEGORY / BY REGION (Also see International)







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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EVENTS





Cambridge HEART

The Cambridge Holistic Emergency Alternative Response Team (HEART) is a proposal for a non-police emergency response system. The model, developed by The Black Response Team, was conceived and designed with Cambridge community members.

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NOT 9-1-1




Black Trans Travel Fund

The Black Trans Travel Fund is a grassroots, Black Trans led Collective, providing Black transgender women with financial and material resources needed to remove barriers to self-determining and accessing safer travel options.

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Mutual Aid




Community Love Fund

The Community Love Fund is a landmark guaranteed income initiative that will distribute recurring, direct cash relief to five formerly incarcerated and directly affected women from the Roxbury community for one year.

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Support




BROWNSVILLE SAFETY ALLIANCE

During the five-day pilot program in December 2020, a collection of Cure Violence groups, community organizations and city agencies called the Brownsville Safety Alliance set up information booths...”

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NOT 9-1-1




STREET FRIDGES

“In May, two months after Marianne Pita recovered from Covid-19, she heard about a fridge set up on a street corner not far from her house in the Bronx. Neighbors and local businesses could donate food – homemade, store-bought...”

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MUTUAL AID