Nov 12, 2021
November 12, 2021 | 4-6 pm Eastern Time
For our fourth community history series event, join moderator Johanna Fernández in conversation with several special guests (TBA).
Check-out our third conversation with Walter Bosque and Carlos Alvarez ‘How was the NADA protocol developed?’
About the Moderator
Johanna Fernández is Associate Professor of History at Baruch College (CUNY) and author of The Young Lords: A Radical History on the Puerto Rican counterpart of the Black Panther Party. Her Freedom of Information Law (FOIL) lawsuit against the NYPD, recovered the largest repository of police surveillance records in the country— over one million NYPD surveillance files, including those of Malcolm X. She is a leading member of the movement to bring home Mumia Abu-Jamal and other political prisoners.
About the 2021 NADA History Series
Over the course of 2021 we are exploring questions of how we got to where we are today and the stories we’ve told and not told about NADA’s origins. We held our first event ‘Setting the Scene’ in March 2021 (view the recording). The series will be a space for community dialogue, connection, and healing. Our goal is to have a more complete understanding of NADA’s roots and legacy. With a more conscious awareness of these origins, we can intentionally fulfill our mission of making the NADA protocol available and accessible to all as a tool for community building, healing, and liberation. Learn more.
Can’t Make it Live?
- Recording of Part I: Setting the Scene
- Recording of Part II: Setting up Lincoln Detox
- Recording of Part III: The Development of the NADA Protocol
- Announcing a 2021 NADA History Series
- Looking Forward: NADA’s Role in Genuine Social Change (February, Membership Café with Walter Bosque Recording)
- History of the NADA Protocol (Assorted articles & resources to learn more)