- Steering/Applications: develops equitable approaches for selecting participants by creating and reviewing applications, and interviewing interested students
- Evaluations/Research: reviews and evaluates course to strength the curriculum and experience of students, and to inform the creation of new course offerings
- Curriculum: supports the development of new courses towards a “Justice Studies” Minor/Certificate and Major/Degree to be offered to incarcerated and UCLA students
- Grants/Development: works in collaboration with UCLA Development to secure public and private resources to support and expand the work of the Prison Education Program
- Communications: facilitates dialogue between students, staff, faculty, community partners, and design/updates online presence via website and social media platforms
- Beyond the Bars: organize a series of conferences that convenes scholars, activists, educators, policy makers, and artists engaged in the international decarceration movement in Los Angeles, New York, South Africa and the United Kingdom
- C.A.L.L. Festival: collaborate with restorative justice practitioners at the Criminal Justice Program of UCLA Law School, to unite communities through different art mediums and simultaneously developing and disseminating new advocacy strategies.
- Abolition Curriculum (ABC): organize across campus series of encounters (i.e. film screenings and discussions, workshop, panels, etc.) to build a campus-wide conversation around Angela Davis’ Abolition Democracy and Ava DuVernay’s 13th.
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