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Tuesday, August 6 • 9:00am - 10:15am
801 - Invited Speaker: Gabriel Solis, Texas After Violence Project

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Texas After Violence Project is a community-based archive and multimedia documentary project focused on cultivating deeper understandings of the impacts of interpersonal violence and violence perpetrated by punitive justice systems on individuals, families, and communities. The organization’s mission is to conduct participatory research and build an archive of stories that serve as resources for community dialogue and culture change, with the hope that these resources help prevent future violence, promote restorative nonviolent responses when violence occurs, and move us collectively toward building cultures of transformative justice.


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Jane Field

Project Coordinator and Community Archivist, Texas After Violence Project
Jane Field is the Project Coordinator and Archivist for the Texas After Violence Project. She began at TAVP as a volunteer in 2016, when she processed and digitized a collection of historical records about the death penalty in Texas during the era of the electric chair. In her current... Read More →
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Gabriel Solis

Director, Texas After Violence Project
Prior to returning to the Texas After Violence Project in 2016, where he previously served as project coordinator and associate director, Gabriel was as a post-conviction mitigation specialist for the Office of Capital and Forensic Writs, criminal justice policy researcher at the... Read More →


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