Emotional Justice is a concept of process and practice by Esther A Armah to heal from a legacy of untreated trauma due to a global history and its contemporary manifestations.
We hold intimate public conversations and creative conversations. Engage Emotional Justice via:-
Joan Morgan, Dr. Brittney Cooper, AshaBandele
January 2009 - January 2013
This was a series of LIVE PUBLIC CONVERSATIONS at Manhattan’s The Brecht Forum and The Dwyer Cultural Centre
Emotional Justice at Omega Women’s Leadership Centre
Esther Armah talks Emotional Justice on Vocalo, Chicago
An Emotional Justice Special with KieseLeymon
#31forMARISSA: a month long campaign where Black, White, Brown men wrote public letters in pursuit of the freedom of Marissa Alexander, a Black mother incarcerated after defending herself from her abusive husband. This was a national campaign with media partnerships EBONY, GLOBAL GRIND, ALTERNET.
#31forRAY: a public letter writing campaign engaging men to talk with RAY a footballer who battered his fiancé and dragged her limp body out of a lift.
#theFword: a 12 day card writing campaign about forgiveness during what is know as the 12 days of Christmas.
CHECK OUT THE EMOTIONAL JUSTICE TUMBLR for CAMPAIGNS:-/
#theCONSENTconvo: a global campaign inviting men and women to share how they learned about CONSENT.