Neighborhood Justice Webinar Series 

Join RPCP and partners for a 6 month webinar series to build knowledge, capacity, and resources to help you facilitate your own community justice process. Our community justice model centers community residents who are most affected by injustice and incarceration. This series will give you access to partnerships and resources to identify, address, and transform injustice in your local communities!

Facilitated by Jhody Polk, each 90 minute webinar will feature social justice champions from across the U.S. Included with your enrollment is one free private coaching session with Jhody Polk.

***All proceeds from this series will be used to support the Community Justice Initiative in local neighborhoods in Alachua County, FL.


Neighborhood Justice - 6 Month Webinar Series***
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The Webinar Series Includes:

  • The historical impact of a racialized justice system

  • What is Power? Identifying and challenging systems of power

  • Data Justice; using data to leverage power and shape neighborhood identity

  • Community mapping; using technology to leverage power and movement

  • Community Organizing 101

  • Engaging Neighbors- Follow up & Community update

Dates and Times:

Session 1: 8/29, 6:30-8pm EST

Session 2: 9/26, 6:30-8pm EST

Session 3: 10/30, 6:30-8pm EST

Session 4: 11/14, 6:30-8pm EST

Session 5: 12/12, 6:30-8pm EST

Session 6: 1/9, 6:30-8pm EST


TO APPLY, PLEASE fill out an application.

 More about Community Justice:


Justice for low income, marginalized, and disenfranchised neighborhoods is often seen through a “criminal” lens. This limits justice to be achieved in courtrooms and prisons through punishment, or an act of revenge. Poor and disenfranchised residents typically reside within neighborhoods that are excluded from the larger community. They are often labeled as perpetrators of crime, while accepting the inevitability of crime as victims. Data is used to reaffirm stereotypes of who these community residents are, what their needs are, and what resources are sufficient to meet their needs. Conditions that exist within these neighborhoods lead to or perpetuate crime and incarceration. Largely forgotten by the larger community, residents experience injustice on a day to day basis. These injustices show up in education, employment, housing, and are reflected in the governing laws and policies that further remove them from participating in or contributing to the outcome of their quality of life.

RPCP’s Vision for Community Justice:

RPCP believes in communities that are based on justice, equality, mutuality and stewardship. RPCP envisions alliances where structural violence and inequities are addressed through a restorative process led by community residents to create sustainable development and peace.

Mission of the Neighborhood Justice Project:

The Neighborhood Justice Project is a community led organizing tool used to identify, resist and repair injustice and empower residents with the capacity, tools, resources, and relationships to shift power dynamics that exist within their communities that perpetuate and cause injustice.



  • Time Commitment

  • Community Organizing

  • Culturally Sensitive

  • Unapologetic

  • Foundational

  • Inside Out Approach

  • Process vs. Product

  • Power vs. Resources

  • Solution Focused