Drawing on her research on coalition building, Havlin works with education unions and community organizations in New York City and the Midwest toward implementing community-based alternatives to punitive discipline and systems of incarceration. She collaborated with Dr. Michael Dumas (UC-Berkeley), Dr. Gary Anderson (NYU), and Teachers Unite on a report The Disappearance of Black and Latino Teachers in New York City
(2014) (funded through an Education Research Service Project Grant by the American Educational Research Association
). She has also partnered with the New York Public Library
and K-12 schools to facilitate public events on the history of Latina/o social movements, grassroots approaches to decreasing punitive discipline and policing in K-12 schools
, and approaches to transformative justice.
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