What Abolition Looks Like In My Life

Update on Books, Activism and Reflection

Organizing and Experimenting

I got to hear Mariame Kaba speak in person at the Abolition Conference in Mississippi a few years ago (Making and Unmaking of Mass Incarceration). I left that conference feeling frustrated that there was disagreement between abolitionists on the direction to go, but now that…

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midwestern librarian, writer, activist

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midwestern librarian, writer, activist

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