Welcome to the Accountable History Network
Who We Are
The Accountable History Network is a worker-owned co-op based in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, where we focus on preparing groups and individuals to grow into radical accountability through historical reckoning and relational healing.
AHN’s worker-owners work both together and within our individual areas of practice to design and facilitate processes, trainings and workshops that are grounded in historical context, a critical analysis of power, and a commitment to healing. Our work fosters personal, sustainable, accountability to systemic issues of historical trauma and inequity through utilizing a framework of inheritances, be they inheritances of intergenerational trauma, wealth, access, marginalization, or narrative. What we call “radical accountability” can be found at the crossroads of the above practices and frameworks for understanding the world we live in. We believe that through building radical accountability we can create more space for belonging within intersectional movements for collective liberation, rooted in Black and Indigenous liberation.